One of the Auburn Tigers’ incoming commits received a huge honor at the Army All-American Bowl awards banquet on Friday night.
Auburn offensive line commit Nick Brahms received the Felix “Doc” Blanchard Award, which is given to the member of the East team that exhibits excellence in the classroom as well as on the field. Missouri quarterback Drew Lock won the award in 2015.
— #ArmyBowl (@ArmyAllAmerican) January 7, 2017
Brahms will enroll early at Auburn and according to SEC Country’s Benjamin Wolk, will study aviation.
Given out annually to the US Army participant who exhibits 5-star ability in the classroom and on the field. Brahms to study aviation at AU. https://t.co/eJrRJ9zZK0
— Benjamin Wolk (@benjaminwolk) January 7, 2017
Brahms is a 4-star guard and the No. 146 ranked player in the 2017 class. The Navarre, Fla., native is the No. 8 ranked offensive guard. He is one of the top ranked prospects in Auburn’s 2017 class, which ranks eighth in the country.