AUBURN | Eight more Auburn signees reported to campus on Tuesday morning.
They join the ten signees already reported, bringing the total number of 2013 signees reported to 18.
Edmond (Okla.) safety Khari Harding, Huntsville (Ala.) linebacker Cameron Toney, Avon (Ind.) defensive end Elijah Daniel, Orlando (Fla.) receivers Dominic Walker and Tony Stevens, Milton (Ga.) defensive end Carl Lawson, Immokalee (Fla.) defensive back Mackenro Alexander and Colorado Springs (Colo.) kicker Daniel Carlson all arrived on Auburn's campus on Tuesday.
Milton (Ga.) walk-on linebacker Grant Smith also reported.
The new reported signees join junior college signees Cameron Artis-Payne, Ben Bradley and Devonte Danzey who reported in January, and quarterback Jeremy Johnson, offensive lineman Deon Mix, linebacker Kenny Flowers, cornerback Kamryn Melton, running back Johnathan Ford, defensive tackle Montravius Adams and athlete Marcus Davis who all reported to Auburn at the end of May.
Five signees have yet to report.
Garden City Community College (Kan.) quarterback Nick Marshall and Highland Community College (Kan.) safety Brandon King are awaiting final clearance and are planning to report this week.
Milton (Ga.) running back Peyton Barber plans to report to Auburn on Friday.
Pinson Valley (Ala.) receiver Earnest Robinson will not report to Auburn in June. Robinson is taking summer classes in order to qualify and hopefully arrive in July or August. If he fails to qualify, Robinson has tentative plans to attend East Mississippi Community College or possible prep school in Atlanta.
McGill-Toolen (Ala.) quarterback Jason Smith is awaiting an ACT score to determine his qualifying status, but it's more likely that Smith is headed to Fork Union (Va.) prep school.
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