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Auburn In The Mix For ATH Cam Taylor, If Tigers Offer

An Auburn pylon during a game against Texas A&M.

AUBURN, AL - SEPTEMBER 17: Auburn Tigers play the Texas A&M Aggies during an NCAA college football game on September 17, 2016 in Auburn, Alabama. (Photo by Butch Dill/Getty Images)

Cam Taylor has a top three, but if Auburn extends a late scholarship offer, it could mix things up.

Cam Taylor is a three-star athlete in the class of 2018. He currently stars at quarterback for Park Crossing High School in Montgomery, Alabama.

He will likely play another position at the next level. 247Sports has him listed as an athlete.

The site has him ranked No. 734 in the country. He is the No. 60 athlete, and No. 25 player in Alabama.

Right now, three schools that have extended scholarship offers stand out. Missouri, where he was previously committed, is among them.

Nebraska and Troy are also finalists for Taylor. However, he is holding out hope for another offer that could change his decision.

Auburn has not yet offered Taylor. However, the Tigers have interest, and if they offer it could shake up the decision that Taylor has to make.

He spoke about it with AL.com. Right now, he plans on choosing a school tomorrow, which is National Signing Day.

Auburn has showed late interest in the Park Crossing athlete, who played quarterback for the Thunderbirds but projects as a defensive back in college.

Taylor had narrowed his choices to Nebraska, Missouri and Troy, but he said tonight that Auburn is now in the mix but has not yet extended a scholarship offer.

"Can't really explain the feeling," Taylor said. "Honestly, if they offer, I would have to make a decision. If they don't, I would still have to make a decision."

If Auburn doesn't come through with the late offer, Nebraska could be the favorite. 90-percent of those voting in 247's crystal ball have him landing with the Huskers.

Scott Frost made a big impression on the three-star recruit when he traveled through a snowstorm for an in-home visit in mid-January. Taylor took a trip to Lincoln a few weeks later.

[AL.com]