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AUBURN -- Delray Beach (Fla.) three-star Marcus Davis has committed to Auburn following an official visit.
Davis, an athlete capable of playing multiple positions, is Auburn's 19th commitment in the 2013 class.
"From the moment I got here, it feels like family. I'm committed to Auburn," Davis said. "Getting to sit down with the coaches and talk about the position I'd be playing.
"From the day I got here, the family feel was great."
The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Davis will play the slot receiver position for Auburn. Last fall, he accounted for over 1,500 yards and sixteen touchdowns while leading his team to the Class 3A state title.
"I like the ball in my hands and I feel like I'll be able to make plays in this offense," Davis said.
Davis was recruited to Auburn by new receivers coach/co-offensive coordinator Dameyune Craig.
"He's a cool dude," Davis said. "The first time I met him he was a great dude. He knows a lot about the game and I'm excited to get coached by him. He and Coach (Rhett) Lashlee will give me the opportunity I've been waiting for. I'm ready to come in and work."
Davis chose Auburn over Arkansas, who he was considering visiting on Feb. 1.
I'm 100 percent committed, I'm done," said Davis. The bigger question may be, can Davis persuade his five-star teammate Greg Bryant to visit Auburn. Bryant is committed to Notre Dame, but Davis will give it a shot.
"I'll give it a shot, but he seems solid to Notre Dame," said Davis.
Rivals.com ranks Davis the No. 41 athlete nationally.