AUBURN | Two more signees from Auburn's 2013 class officially enrolled on Sunday.
Garden City Community College (Kan.) quarterback Nick Marshall and Highland Community College (Kan.) safety Brandon King both arrived on campus this weekend and bring the total number of signees enrolled to 20.
"I'm excited for real, I'm ready to get going," Marshall told AuburnSports.com. "I'm ready to be a part of the Auburn family, but I can't get too excited, just have to keep it all in perspective. Now, it's all about the playbook."
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A third signee, Milton (Ga.) running back Peyton Barber, arrived on campus and officially enrolled at Auburn on Monday.
Only two signees have yet to report to campus.
Pinson Valley (Ala.) receiver Earnest Robinson is taking three summer courses in order to qualify and arrive in August. If Robinson fails to qualify, East Mississippi Community College is a likely destination.
McGill-Toolen (Ala.) quarterback Jason Smith is awaiting his final ACT score, but appears destined to attend Fork Union (Va.) Prep School where he will work to arrive in Auburn after the fall semester.
Junior college signees, running back Cameron Artis-Payne, offensive lineman Devonte Danzey and defensive tackle Ben Bradley all reported to Auburn in January.
Quarterback Jeremy Johnson, JUCO linebacker Kenny Flowers, cornerback Kamryn Melton, offensive lineman Deon Mix, running back Johnathan Ford, defensive tackle Montravius Adams and athlete Marcus Davis all reported to Auburn at the end of May.
Safety Khari Harding, linebacker Cameron Toney, receivers Tony Stevens and Dominic Walker, defensive ends Carl Lawson and Elijah Daniel, defensive back Mackenro Alexander and kicker Daniel Carlson all reported to Auburn on Tuesday.
This story was updated on Monday, June 24 to include the arrival of Peyton Barber.
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