Nate Craig-Myers uses Tiger statue to show his choice of Auburn

Nate Craig-Myers uses Tiger statue to show his choice of Auburn

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Nate Craig-Myers uses Tiger statue to show his choice of Auburn

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Tampa Catholic wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers (Photo: Under Armour All-American Bowl).

Tampa Catholic wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers (Photo: Under Armour All-American Bowl).

Tampa Catholic (Tampa, Fla.) wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers committed to Auburn, naming the Tigers over North Carolina, pulling out a Tigers statue during his announcement.

Myers’ decision gives Auburn the No. 1 prospect in the Tampa area for the second consecutive year. Defensive  end Byron Cowart of Armwood (Seffner, Fla.) signed with Auburn last year.

Craig-Myers was a first-team American Family Insurance ALL-USA wide receiver. He had 1,018 receiving yards and 16 touchdown catches, ran for two touchdowns and had six interceptions, returning two for touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

Craig-Myers and his half-brother, Pasco (Fla.) cornerback Jayvaughn Myers, were both Under Armour All-Americans and his brother could be joining him later this afternoon in committing to Auburn.

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