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Ole Miss Football Recruiting: Auburn hosts Allen Artis

A day after visiting the Mississippi Rebels, three-star 2014 safety Allen Artis will visit another SEC program today in the Auburn Tigers. Artis recorded 140 tackles and picked off three passes as a junior, so he certainly has the high school production to go with some of the major offers he has received. At this moment in time, Artis does not have any known leans.

The Boston College Eagles, Kentucky Wildcats, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, Purdue Boilermakers, West Virginia Mountaineers, North Carolina Tar Heels, North Carolina State Wolfpack, UCF Knights, Tennessee Volunteers, Louisville Cardinals, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Michigan State Spartans, Missouri Tigers, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Oklahoma State Cowboys, Vanderbilt Commodores, Mississippi Rebels, and Clemson Tigers have all offered him.

Allen Artis could very well pick up an Auburn offer today, and that would be a big one in his recruitment to go with the other major offers the three-star safety has received. The Wisconsin Badgers are another major program with interest who could offer Artis in the near future, but keep an especially close eye out for his visit today

The 247Composite ranks the Marietta, Georgia prospect as the 43rd best safety recruit in the country, as well as the 49th best recruit in the state of Georgia. Overall, Artis checks in at 554th in the 247Composite. He took a trip to Georgia Tech late last month, and he has also taken visits to Clemson and Duke within the past couple of months. Artis is reportedly high on Clemson, so it will be interesting to see if/when he schedules a return visit there.

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