AUBURN, Ala. — Whether Auburn can land Jayvaughn Myers remains unknown.
But according to his brother Nate Craig-Myers, the four-star cornerback appeared noticeably comfortable during his weekend official visit on The Plains. That could certainly bode well for the Tigers moving forward as signing day nears.
“The biggest thing, really, was we wanted to get schools to recruit us individually, not just together,” Craig-Myers said of their recruitment. “I wanted him to feel as comfortable as I felt here. I came up here multiple times. This is probably, like, his second time being up here. I can definitely see in his eyes, him being my little brother, he was feeling comfortable. That’s the place right now.”
Myers, a one-time Florida commit, spent a majority of his time speaking with secondary coach Wesley McGriff, whom he feels can “develop him” both on and off the field. The remainder of the trip was spent getting acclimated with other members of the coaching staff and players.
“It went pretty good,” Myers said of his visit. “I saw a lot and learned a lot about the coaching staff at Auburn. It was a pretty good experience.”
Added Myers: “It feels like home almost. Like family. That’s a big thing for me. It felt pretty good here.”
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound senior from Dade City, Fla., was accompanied by his brother on the visit. Craig-Myers de-committed from Auburn in May, but will decide between the Tigers, Ole Miss, Florida State and North Carolina come Feb. 3.
Myers is rated as the No. 30 cornerback in the country.
All rankings are according to the 247Sports Composite