Spencer Region is no longer committed to play college football for the Auburn Tigers.
According to the Cullman Times, “I’m back to undecided,” Region said in a text message. “I’m back to undecided to make sure about things and evaluate everything a little more. …(My decision) has nothing to do with Auburn or their coaching staff. I just want to make sure that I make the best decision and explore every option out there.”
The big news isn’t that Region changed his mind. But that he realized that Auburn’s offense is a joke.
“I’m not sure that Auburn’s offense is the right fit for me,” he told the Cullman Times. “They like to pull a lot and get guys out in space, and I feel like I’m more of a pro-style lineman. Right now I’m going to take a step back, take a little more time and make sure I make the best decision for me.”
If you want to play in the pros, you won’t go to Auburn. The spread is a horrible training ground for the NFL. Just ask NFL coaches.
This must be viewed as a major blow to Auburn’s recruiting. The Region decommitment on the heels of the Tiger Prowl ban indicates the wheels are coming off the circus-style recruiting on the Plains.