Auburn is expected to host approximately 150 high school prospects on visits as the Tigers take on Florida Saturday night.
At least six of the recruits will be on official visits including two Rivals100 prospects in Mainland (Daytona Beach, Fla.) four-star defensive tackle Leonard Williams and Harris County (Ga.) four-star defensive end Jordan Jenkins.
One of the Tigers' top offensive line recruits will also be on campus for an official visit in Buhach (Atwater, Calif.) three-star center Matt Cochran, as well as three Auburn commitments: Chaparral (Parker, Colo.)Rivals250 four-star offensive tackle Shane Callahan, Miami Beach (Fla.) four-star athlete Ricardo Louis and Godby (Tallahassee, Fla.) three-star cornerback T.J. Davis.
Auburn's 2012 recruiting class will also be represented this weekend by at least seven more commitments on unofficial visits: Daphne (Ala.) Rivals100 running back T.J. Yeldon, Wooddale (Memphis, Tenn.) Rivals250 running back Jovon Robinson, Callaway (Hogansville) Rivals250 tight end Ricky Parks, Dixie Heights (Edgewood, Ky.) Rivals250 quarterback Zeke Pike, Sandy Creek (Tyrone, Ga.) Rivals250 receiver JaQuay Williams, Wando (Mount Pleasant, S.C.) three-star defensive lineman Gimel President and Dadeville (Ala.) three-star tight end Darrion Hutcherson.
Two 2013 Auburn commitments are scheduled to be on campus this weekend in Muscle Shoals (Ala.) defensive lineman Dee Liner and Central Gwinnett (Lawrenceville, Ga.) linebacker Trey Johnson.
Johnson's older teammate at Central Gwinnett, senior defensive end Francis Kallon, is committed to Georgia Tech, but recently received an Auburn offer and is planning to be on the Plains on an unofficial visit. Prattville (Ala.) Rivals250 defensive tackle Justin Shanks, who is committed to Florida State, is also planning to take an unofficial visit.