Auburn’s class has reached max capacity.
On Monday, three-star safety Daniel Thomas was informed by the Tigers’ coaching staff that a scholarship would not be extended, per AL.com’s Brandon Marcello. The Montgomery, Ala., native officially visited Auburn over the weekend.
Thomas told AL.com Auburn’s signing class was “full”.
Currently, coach Gus Malzahn and staff have secured 16 commitments, including nine early enrollees, and are likely to sign a handful more on Wednesday. The Tigers are in a position to sign three-star safety Marlon Character, who has been committed since November, four-star safety Nigel Warrior, three-star athlete Stephen Davis, Jr., son of former Auburn running back Stephen Davis, Sr., and three-star cornerback Jayvaughn Myers on National Signing Day.
“They’re trying to see what this other recruit is going to do, basically,” Thomas said following his visit over the weekend. “They really can’t do anything about it, but I’m good.”
Thomas is also considering South Carolina, North Carolina, Maryland, Minnesota and Clemson.
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