Moving into the 11 o'clock hour
ATH Ryan White, 5-11, 185, Tallahassee, Fla/Lincoln HS
You already know by now that Auburn loves recruiting high-school quarterbacks. White is in that group. He was a fast and creative play-maker under center. It's clear from watching tape, though, that his future isn't at quarterback. Guys like this can turn into a wideout, kick returner, cornerback or safety. Where will White settle? Defense seems like the most likely destination. Rivals.com and Scout.com rate him as a three-star prospect.
OL Chad Slade, 6-6, 315, Moody/Moody HS
Slade is among Auburn's most low-profile signees. He played for an average Class 5A program that isn't known for churning out quality recruits. Slade is a large young man who simply overpowered most opponents in high school. He doesn't seem particularly fast or skilled, but Auburn coaches place plenty of emphasis on effort. Slade is that guy. He works his first block and moves on to the second without hesitation. He focused on defensive line and basketball until his senior season, so his career along the offensive front is just getting started. Rivals.com and Scout.com rate him as a three-star recruit.