Auburn set to host 2026 point guard Kota Suttle on Saturday

Many will attend Saturday’s tilt between No. 12 Auburn and No. 20 Kentucky at Neville Arena, including several big-time recruits.

A long list of targets will be in town Saturday, including a 2026 point guard from Georgia. Jeffrey Lee of Auburn Live reports that Kota Suttle, a point guard from Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia, will visit Saturday to watch the Tigers face the Wildcats.

Suttle is new to the recruiting game, which means that he does not have a rating by any major recruiting service yet. However, he has received several offers from programs such as Georgia, Cincinnati, and George Mason. He tells Jamie Shaw of On3 that he wants to play for a program that will give him an early opportunity to make a name for himself.

“I want to go somewhere that has a rich winning history. Somewhere I can go and make an early impact, and win games, and develop me to get to the next, next level,” Suttle said. “I’m comfortable playing on the ball and off the ball, and at this point, coaches will be moving around, so I’ll look at style of play later.”

Suttle is one of six recruits that will be in town this weekend to check out the Auburn-Kentucky showdown. Several prospects joining Suttle this weekend are five-star guards Caleb Holt and Jasper Johnson.

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