Auburn defense looks to pick up where it left off
AUBURN, Ala. —
Marlon Davidson and Andrew Williams were not a part of Tuesday's practice, but Auburn is still optimistic about the potential impact of it's defense.
The Tigers return seven starters, including Davidson on the defensive line, and new pieces to mix into a group that ranked seventh nationally in scoring defense last season.
One of the newcomers that is expected to contribute, freshman linebacker T.D. Moultry was a full participant in Tuesday's workout after missing a couple of practices.
If Auburn can get all the talent on the field together, the players feel the potential of the defense is through the roof.
"The sky's the limit," junior cornerback Carlton Davis said. "Where we left off last year is something we're building on. We're trying to be a better, a better defense than last year. We're trying to create more turnovers and just improve ourselves as a whole defense."