AUBAN — Auburn Football put out an offer for three-star Juco offensive tackle Isaiah Giatta, but the lineman chose to sign with Colorado Wednesday in place of new coach Hugh Freese and the Tigers.
Jatta rested on Auburn, BYU, and ultimately his decision, the Buffaloes, and new coach Deion Sanders. According to the 247Sports Composite, he is rated his 11th best Juco player in the country and his sixth offensive tackle. Tigers and new offensive his line his coach Jake Thornton received verbal commitments from Isaabion Miller on Tuesday. Miller’s commitment has even greater implications for Auburn after Jatta’s decision.
At 6 feet 6 inches and 310 pounds, Jatta used to be in South Carolina, where he has been since June. However, he was withdrawn from the Gamecocks on December 13, three days after visiting the Plains.
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Jatta is from San Diego and attended Helix Charter High School, the same school that current Auburn defensive back Caionte Scott attended. Jatta then went to college, where he won eight last season with the Badgers, and in the past two seasons he has appeared in 11 games.
Richard Silva is Auburn Athletic Beat Writer for Montgomery Advertiser. You can reach him by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on Twitter (@rich_silva18).