With eight commitments in the fold, Auburn currently finds itself with a top-10 class (No. 9 in the ESPN team rankings) but has a long way to go. With 17 or so more commitments ahead, expect the Tigers to land one fo top classes in the SEC. That means they will have one of the better classes in the nation. If Auburn shows improvement on the field in the fall and sees some impact from freshmen in its 2010 class like running back Michael Dyer and wide receiver Trovon Reed, the Tigers will continue to climb up the recruiting charts.