The Auburn Tigers didn’t have the 2015 season they would have hoped and they are banking on turning things around in 2016. They will have to go forward without one of the best offensive linemen as Avery Young declared for the 2016 NFL Draft on Wednesday. Young has been one of the most valuable pieces along the offensive line for the Tigers the past four seasons. He is certainly...
Auburn junior offensive lineman Avery Young has announced he will skip his senior season in order to enter the 2016 NFL Draft. A three-year starter, the 6'6", 305-pound Florida native was a stalwart along Auburn's offensive line for head coach Gus Malzahn. He initially began his career as a guard -- before transitioning out to the tackle position. The loss of Young is significant...
Auburn offensive lineman Avery Young has been very versatile for the Tigers since 2012, when he started three games as a true freshman. Despite having another year of eligibility, Young will head to the NFL, he told NFL Network’s Rand Gatlin. Just spoke to #Auburn OT @AveryYoung56. He tells me he's submitting his name for entry into the 2016 NFL Draft. pic.twitter.com/8yot4rNC9J...
The third-year sophomore submitted paperwork in an effort seek feedback from the NFL Draft Advisory Board, but told reporters Dec. 29 he never intended to leave Auburn.
Via AL.com - Brandon Marcello
January 06, 2015
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