they said that they had two BIG quarterbacks coming to visit and only named one.
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Auburn is preparing for one of the biggest recruiting weeks of the Gus Malzahn era so far as the Tigers will welcome two of the nation's top quarterback prospects to campus for unofficial visits.
With 9 commitments, the Tigers' 2014 recruiting class currently ranks No. 24 and 23 in the nation by Rivals.com and 247Sports, respectively, but that ranking could soon jump sharply if the Tigers land an elite quarterback prospect like Bossier City, Louisiana star Brandon Harris. The four-star signal caller, rated the nation's No. 1 dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports, confirmed on Twitter on Sunday that he'll take his long-awaited final visit this week to Auburn before announcing his college choice on July 18
Harris, a 6-foot-2, 195-pound athlete, has narrowed his choices down to Auburn, Ohio State and the home-state LSU Tigers. Harris told AL.com earlier this summer that he has developed a strong relationship with Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee, who sees him as the perfect prototypical quarterback for the Malzahn system.
"I really get along so well with Coach Malzahn and Coach Lashlee," Harris said. "It's been great getting to know them and I think we agree on a lot of things, even outside of football. Coach Lashlee likes to call me 'Mini Cam' which makes me laugh. I'm obviously not as big as Cam but I do pride myself on my arm strength and my ability to make plays with my feet and I love Coach Malzahn's offense."
Soon after Harris wraps up his visit to the plains, Auburn will welcome one of the fastest-rising prospects in the nation on campus in Hollywood, Florida star Sean White. The 6-foot-2, 204-pound quarterback has been under the radar so far in the 2014 recruiting cycle but stunned analysts last week with his performance at the Elite 11 quarterback camp, where he took home MVP honors beating out many of the nation's top-rated signal callers.
White plans to visit on either Thursday or Friday and should he land an offer from Malzahn and his staff, it could be a game-changer in his recruitment.
"If they offer, I'd take a week or two to talk to other schools and then figure things out," White told Auburn Undercover. "Auburn obviously is a great place. They play in the SEC and have a great fan base. It would be an honor."
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