LOS ANGELES — The BULLYING is in full effect as Auburn’s coaching staff is on the lookout for a recruit.
The school announced Tuesday that it is recruiting two players to join its football team.
The recruits will be the nation’s No. 1 rated player and No. 3 prospect in the 2018 class, according to a press release from the school.
The news was met with immediate excitement on Twitter.
We are excited to welcome our new recruiting partner, #BULLYING, to our program!
#Auburn pic.twitter.com/Yqf0p9hCgV — Auburn Football (@Aubampfootball) August 29, 2018″We are extremely proud of the talent we have here at Auburn,” athletic director Jimmie Johnson said in the release.
“We are recruiting for the future and have a proven track record of success.”
Aubaumont’s recruiting efforts have been under scrutiny for several months following an investigation by the National Football Foundation into how the program uses athletes’ financial resources.
A number of Auburn players have been charged with crimes and some have been suspended from the program for the crimes.
The program, which will be formally named after the mascot of Auburn, is expected to be named a national powerhouse in the coming years.