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Could Nate Craig-Myers be latest Tampa Bay star headed to Auburn?

Tampa Catholic WR Nate Craig-Myers: "Being a recruit, five-star guy, people think you think you're bigger and better than everyone else. But I feel like me. I don't let it get to my head." (Zack Wittman, Times)

Tampa Catholic WR Nate Craig-Myers: "Being a recruit, five-star guy, people think you think you're bigger and better than everyone else. But I feel like me. I don't let it get to my head." (Zack Wittman, Times)

The top local recruit is Tampa Catholic WR Nate Craig-Myers, a four-star prospect ranked as high as No. 35 nationally. He will announce his decision between Auburn and North Carolina at 11 a.m. Wednesday on ESPNU. If Craig-Myers recommits to Auburn, it will mark the second consecutive year the Tigers have plucked Tampa Bay's top prospect; five-star DE Byron Cowart (Armwood) signed with Auburn last year.

Could Nate Craig-Myers be latest Tampa Bay star headed to Auburn? 02/02/16 [Last modified: Tuesday, February 2, 2016 1:38pm]
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