Auburn’s A-Day spring game wasn’t just a showcase for new quarterback Jarrett Stidham, it was also a time to land Class of 2018 prospects.
The Tigers did just that by adding to their offensive line with Brooks OL Kameron Stutts as well as a potential outside threat for the Auburn offense in Cordova’s Kolbi Fuqua.
Stutts, a 6’4″ and 320 lbs., plays on the offensive and defensive line for Class 5A Brooks. He joins Stone Mountain, GA’s Jalil Irvin to help add to a need for Auburn linemen. Stutts is rated three stars by 247Sports Composite and ranks as the #15 player in the state. He’s also an honor student boasting a 3.86 GPA. Brooks will be looking to win a third straight region title with Stutts leading the way up front. Stutts was named First Team All-State for Class 5A in 2016. Stutts also held numerous offers including the SEC’s Mississippi State, Missouri and Ole Miss, The Ivy League’s Dartmouth, and Power 5 teams Duke, Iowa State, and Virginia Tech, among others.
While Stutts committed before the A-Day game kicked off, Fuqua waited until after the final whistle. Fuqua checks in at 6’2″ and 209 lbs., an ideal size for a wideout. He also plays safety for Cordova’s defense. Fuqua chose Auburn with offers listed from Ole Miss, Troy, and UAB. He’s rated three stars by 247Sports Composite and ranks 18th in the state overall. Fuqua was named to the Class 4A First Team All-State after he hauled in 1,011 yards and seven touchdowns in 2016 as the Blue Devils fell to Rogers in the second round following back-to-back semifinal appearances.