Craig McDonald transfers to Auburn football: form Iowa State safety

    Auburn football landed a commitment from Iowa State transfer safety Craig McDonald on Saturday.

    McDonald is a former three-star recruit who will have three seasons of eligibility remaining. Last season, he had 41 tackles and two interceptions for the Cyclones, bringing power-conference experience to a position group that needs to replace Smoke Monday and Bydarrius Knighten.

    Auburn had a reserve (Cayden Bridges) and an early enrollee (Caleb Wooden) taking first-team reps at safety during spring practice. Zion Puckett was out with an injury but is expected to start.

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    McDonald is Auburn’s seventh incoming transfer and will be the 24th new signee on the 2022 roster, bringing the Tigers close to the 25-man limit on annual signees including transfers.

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