At just 175.6 yards per game, Auburn ranks 107th in passing offense this season. The team’s top quarterback commit has taken notice of the Tigers’ struggles.
Woody Barrett, a 4-star prospect from West Orange High School (Orlando, Fla.), told SEC Country that he thinks he has a good shot at starting next season for Auburn.
“If I work hard at it, I can,” Barrett told SEC Country. “Nothing is given at the next level. If I put in the work, I believe I can come in and start.”
Barrett is ranked as the nation’s No. 4 dual-threat quarterback. He is expected to enroll in classes in January, which will allow him the opportunity to participate in spring practice.
In the video above, you can get answers to the following questions:
1) Why has he visited Auburn for only one game this season?
2) What has the coaching staff told him as of late?
3) What does he think of Auburn’s recent signing of 5-star wide receiver Kyle Davis?
4) How did his visit to Florida go earlier this season?
5) Is he working on recruiting any other players?