VIP Recruiting Buzz: A new name at DE? – 247Sports
Stephen Sings is high on Auburn. He hopes the feeling will be mutual.
The Tigers offered Sings, a 3-star weak-side defensive end/buck from Charlotte (N.C.) Vance, in May. Now, he’d like to visit Auburn in the near future. According to Sings, he communicates with Tigers defensive line coach Rodney Garner and the feedback is positive.
“I don’t know yet (when he’ll visit), but hopefully soon,” Sings said. ‘I like them a lot. I don’t know if they want me a lot.”
The answer to that should come if and when Sings, who is listed at 6-feet-4, 225 pounds, visits the Tigers. Auburn will host multiple recruits the final week of July, which is a short break in between month-long dead period. The Tigers have a recruit picnic planned for July 27.
Evan Watkins of VT Scoop, the 247Sports Virginia Tech site, wrote this Wednesday: Sings “is debating visiting either Virginia Tech, Oregon or Auburn on July 27, a visit that could be a huge indication into where he is leaning with a decision on the horizon. Sings currently plans to announce his college decision on August 3 between Virginia Tech, Auburn, Oregon, UCF and East Carolina, though ECU is falling while North Carolina is making a push for him recently. Virginia Tech has been the announced leader since visiting in June, but Oregon was considered a dream school as a child. Virginia Tech, Auburn, and Oregon are the three main teams to watch in this recruitment right now.
Saturday, though, Sings claimed to have no leader. So if Auburn pushes, it sounds like the Tigers might have a chance.
Right now, Auburn has only one defensive lineman committed. The Tigers do, however, lead for 4-star end/tackle Andy Boykin of LaGrange (Ga.) Troup County.
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