The five most underrated players from Auburn’s fall camp

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Auburn has had players step up throughout fall camp.

We have seen a wide range of storylines emerge over the last few weeks from Tyrone Truesdell’s departure from the team and into the transfer portal to a Covid outbreak throughout the coaching staff and team.

Despite all of the off-the-field stories, this group of men is focused on getting better as a team. Getting better includes units meshing like the offensive line while also seeing individuals get better and take that next step.

Some of those developments get more credit than others so I compiled a list of five players that have flown under the radar this fall.

Ro Torrence Torrence has made an impact on the defense in a very crowded cornerback room. His ability, physicality, and experience will get him on the field this season.

T.D. Moultry

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Moultry fits this new Auburn defense. Even though he struggled to play closer to the line of scrimmage in years past, he has found a home as an outside linebacker in this system.

Jalyin Simpson

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Consistency. Simpson brings that every single day. He's not afraid to come up to the line and make a play or line up off ball and get into coverage. His versatility will take him a long way.

Nick Brahms

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There's been a lot of mixing and matching along the offensive line. There's been one constant in the middle of all of it. Brahms. His leadership at center has been covered u by the entire unit's struggles this fall.

Joko Willis Auburn needs depth at linebacker behind their big three. Willis may be able to get into the mix when it's all said and done.

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