AUBURN, Ala. — Two weeks after naming Auburn his leader, Kellen Mond is set to visit Auburn.
Mond, fresh off a visit to Texas A&M on Saturday, announced Tuesday he will visit the Tigers on Friday. The four-star quarterback was previously committed to Baylor, but stopped considering the Bears when Art Briles was fired.
“Right now I’d probably say Auburn is my leader, following with Ohio State and Texas A&M,” Mond told WOAI-TV in San Antonio, Texas on June 1.
The four-star prospect is considered the nation’s No. 4 dual-threat quarterback, according to 247Sports. He threw for 1,991 yards and 26 touchdowns with four interceptions, and rushed for 898 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior at San Antonio (Texas) Reagan High as a junior. He has since transferred to IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Mond is the top prospect on Auburn’s recruiting board.
Auburn Visit On Friday!
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— ♔ ♰ ♔ KELLEN ♔ ♰ ♔ (@TheKellenMond) June 15, 2016