Auburn Football Recruiting Hard in North Alabama

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Guntersville, Ala. -  No matter how many commits Auburn has already landed in the 2015 recruiting cycle,  our news partners at al.com  say Gus Malzahn doesn't expect the pace to slow any time soon.

Normally, the end of May is when the Tigers' momentum is just getting started.

Now, with 13 commits already in the fold and the nation's No. 3 recruiting class according to the 247Sports Composite rankings, Auburn's coaching staff is getting ready for an annual summer push that has a little bit more backing than normal.

"Things are going extremely well," Malzahn said. "We've got a lot of momentum, coming off the season we had, and then you couple that with the staff we have, and you couple that with Auburn, the future's very bright, and I think players can see that. We've got a big summer ahead."

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