Quarterback Caylin Newton, whose brother Cam won the Heisman Trophy after transferring to Auburn, is joining the Tigers as a graduate transfer from Howard University. Caylin Newton made the announcement on Twitter on Friday.
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Former Auburn coach Pat Dye, who is hospitalized for a kidney issue, has tested positive for the coronavirus but is asymptomatic, his son told ESPN.
- QB Caylin Newton follows Cam's path to Auburn
- Ex-Auburn coach Dye, 80, hospitalized, has virus
- No. 4 dual-threat QB Davis commits to Auburn
- Panthers DT Brown first 1st-rounder to sign deal
ESPN 300 quarterback Dematrius Davis, the fourth-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the 2021 class, announced Sunday morning that he is committing to Auburn.
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