Auburn Tigers: 2012 college football recruiting
Recently hired offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler had a plan for when he was hired by the Auburn Tigers. He’s going to study the players on hand, and he’s going to go find some more.
Loeffler said his goal was to “protect that defense” and his duty would be “helping our defense and special teams here at Auburn
According to Al.com, Loeffler stated; In the immediate future, “we’re going to take our personnel and assess exactly where we are the next two weeks.”
Loeffler met with the current Tigers. “And I said this to them, the expectation is to win a championship year in and year out.”
He said working at Auburn is an “absolute privilege.”
A privilege that Ricky Parks
and eight other
four-star recruits will certainly find out.
Parks is one of Auburn’s top signings as according to Scout.com
‘s Chad Simmons, “What an athlete Parks is. He spent his junior season at QB because of his athleticism, but he will move back to tight end on the next level. He will be a threat to get down the field and he is also a guy that could flex out. He has the size and speed to create mismatches. He will need to work on his blocking, getting off jams, and route running when he settles back in at tight end. He has a very high ceiling.”
On the defensive side of the ball Joshua Holsey is a name we will be hearing from in the future. The 5-foot-10, 171-pound defensive back from Fairburn, Ga., had nine interceptions as a junior last season and has 19 since starting as a freshman at Creekside High School.
A few other highly touted recruits in the 2012 class,