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Athlete Tim Irvin flips commitment from Texas to Auburn

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: January 18th, 2015 at 1:19 PM EST

High School students are always changing their mind when it comes to college decisions. Today, Tim Irvin is the latest to do this.

Irvin, an athlete from Westminster Christian School in Miami, Florida, has flipped his college commitment. He was previously committed to the Texas Longhorns. Irvin

Following an official visit to the Auburn Tigers this weekend, he has decided to attend that school. He will also be an early enrollee, who will start classes this week.

He is a four-star recruit, who is ranked as the nation’s No. 20th athlete. He is also the 37th ranked recruit out of Florida in the 2015 class.

Irvin had scholarship offers from Auburn, Texas, Florida, Miami, and West Virginia.

Former Florida Gators coaches Travaris Robinson and Will Muschamp convinced him to make the switch. Both Robinson and Muschamp are on the Auburn defensive coaching staff.

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