The top ten NFL draft prospects for Auburn football

As fall training approaches, there’s renewed optimism and buzz about the fanbase – Bryan Harsin’s Auburn team enters the 2022 season with a debut roster favorable season, potentially a new quarterback in Zach Calzada or Robbie Ashford, and a defense that’s poised to be one of the best in the SEC.

As we enter fall camp, let’s take a look at which Auburn players will be of most interest to NFL scouts based on their measurable and past performance.

1. RB Bigsby Reservoir – 6’0, 213 – Junior

Any discussion of Auburn’s NFL hopes has to start with Bigsby. The Lagrange, GA junior was SEC Rookie of the Year after racking up for 834 yards and 5 touchdowns in an injury-shortened 2020 campaign and followed that up with a 1,099-yard, 10-TD season in 2021. Now in full swing health and a full offseason suppressed from rumors of a potential transfer, Bigsby is focused on the “little things” needed to lead Auburn to victory in 2022, widely seen as their final year before becoming a first-day pick.

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