Trayvon Reed commits to Auburn, Tigers keep foot on recruiting gas
The former Maryland commit Trayvon Reed will be eligible in December 2014.
Former Maryland commit Trayvon Reed has committed to Auburn, sources told CBSSports.com.
The 7-1 big man is expected to enroll in prep school for the fall semester and be eligible to play beginning in December of 2014.
Reed was thought to be a big part of the Terps' incoming class this season, but he was dismissed earlier this summer after being charged with assaulting a police officer.
The Georgia native was a consensus Top-100 recruit coming of high school (the No. 77 player and No. 9 center, according to the 247Sports composite rankings) and adds to the Tigers' impressive recruiting haul over the past week.
Reed should give Bruce Pearl a legitimate anchor in the middle for many seasons to come in the SEC.
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