AUBURN, Ala. — Saturday is set to be a huge Auburn recruiting day, and the Tigers got good news before they kicked off their annual A-Day spring game.
Kameron Stutts, a 3-star offensive tackle prospect from Killen, Ala., made his verbal commitment to Auburn on Saturday morning. Stutts is 6-foot-4 and 329 pounds.
The newest addition to Auburn’s class of 2018 announced his pledge on Twitter:
— Kameron stutts (@_BigHomieKam) April 8, 2017
Stutts is the No. 48 offensive tackle in the Class of 2018, according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He is also the No. 22 prospect in the state of Alabama.
Auburn offered Stutts a scholarship in late January, and he visited the Plains for junior day last month. Stutts is one of more than two dozen recruits who are on campus for A-Day festivities.
“I’ve been told you can tell if there’s a school you’re supposed to be at. This is definitely a nice school. I like to be here,” Stutts told SEC Country’s Benjamin Wolk last month. “It’s nice. I really like the campus. I know a couple people that come here. They like it up here. I like coming here. It’s just a really cool place.”
Stutts also had scholarship offers from SEC schools Mississippi State, Missouri and Ole Miss. He is the fifth commitment of the 2018 recruiting class, joining 4-star quarterback Joey Gatewood, 4-star JUCO defensive end Daquan Newkirk, 4-star offensive guard Jalil Irvin and 3-star running back Shaun Shivers.