| David Irons
Named the A-Day defensive MVP after recording five solo tackles and intercepting a pass.
Associated Press All-SEC Second-Team ... Came out of spring drills as one of the starters at corner ... Played in and started 11 games ... Led Auburn and third in the SEC with 11 pass deflections ... Finished with a team-leadin 11 tackles against Wisconsin in the Capital One Bowl ... Also posted a pass deflection against the Badgers ... Posted five tackles, including four solo, against Alabama while also deflecting one pass ... Led the Tigers with six tackles, five solo, and three pass breakups against Georgia ... Had a tackle for loss (-5) against Kentucky ... Posted two pass breakups and a tackle for loss (-1) to go along with six tackles, five solo, against Ole Miss ... Among the team leaders with five tackles and a pass breakup against LSU ... Posted three solo tackles against Arkansas ... Had three tackles, including half a tackle for loss (-1), with a pass breakup against South Carolina ... Started and recorded four tackles, including three solo, against Western Kentucky ... Did not play against Ball State ... Finished with one tackle against Mississippi State ... Played in his first collegiate game against Georgia Tech, earning a start at cornerback ... Posted three solo tackles with two pass breakups against the Yellow Jackets.
Missed season after injuring knee during two-a-days ... Enrolled at Auburn in January. Enrolled at Auburn in January ... Slated as one of the starters at corner after spring drills.
Junior college coach was Troy Morrell ... Helped lead Butler County to a NJCAA National Championship ... Totaled 59 tackles, three interceptions and nine broken up passes a sophomore ... Named to the Kansas Jayhawk All-Conference Team .. As a freshman, totaled 45 tackles, two interceptions, 11 broken up passes and forced two fumbles.
High school coach was Kevin Maloof ... Missed three games with injuries, but ran for 700 yards and 10 touchdowns and caught 15 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns as a senior ... As a junior, rushed for 1,349 yards and 18 touchdowns while leading Dacula to an 11-2 record ... Rushed for 247 yards on nine carries and four touchdowns in one game ... Caught 19 passes for over 300 yards and six touchdowns ... PrepStar All-American ... One of the top 30 players in Georgia by SuperPrep Magazine ... Also ran track and was the region champion in the 200m and 400m as a junior.
Born Oct. 9, 1982 ... Son of David Irons ... Brother of Kenny Irons who also enrolled in January ... Majoring in sociology.