Adrian Boss He grew up in the Miami area and was recruited by Miami, but Auburn was his school he grew up in and now is where he will play college football.
A 4-star quarterback in the 2024 class announced their commitment to Auburn Saturday during the Big Cat recruiting event in Auburn, choosing the Tigers over offers from Miami, Florida, LSU, Georgia State, Notre Dame and a host of other schools.
“I’ve always loved growing up Auburn,” Posey told Auburn Undercover. “I’ve always loved when they hit in Alabama.”
The relationship with Auburn’s coaches has been going on for a while now, but it really started to take shape in June when Posey came to Elite Camp and went on an unofficial visit afterwards. Posse was the best player in camp and was rewarded with an offer later that day.
“They said I had great accuracy, great touch on the ball, my deep balls were really great,” Posey said after camp. “I have great footwork and a great base. They said I look like a good midfielder.”
At 6’4 inches and 205 pounds, Posse is the 185th player in the 2024 class. He is the number 13 quarterback and the number 35 player from Florida.
Even with Posse’s commitment, Auburn is still recruiting Noland Airlines, the 4-star quarterback from Langston Hughes High School in Fairborn, Georgia. Auburn could end up taking both quarterbacks in the 2024 class depending on how things shake out.
Boss began his high school career on the Miami Christian University team in the eighth grade, and spent his first two years of high school at Monsignor Pace in the Miami area, leading the team to a 4A playoff appearance as a freshman. Now, Boss is at Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, where he is scheduled to play his last two years of high school.
Posse is the second 4 star in the 2024 class to commit today, joining Cornerback Amon Lin.
Posse was predicted as the start of the Power Five by Southeastern employment analyst Andrew Ivins. Scout Report on Posse from Ivins:
“A big-framed, professional-style arcade that has shown some arm talent at various points over the years. He measures over 6ft 4 and approaches 225lbs. Equipped with big 10-inch hands. He’s right for his grade and has a lot of college experience having He played as an eighth grader at Miami Christian before taking the lead in OBA Luca Monsignor Pace as a freshman/student and eventually enrolling in Miami Columbus to finish his prep career.The 3/4 narrow armhole allows him to create some speed and throw a tighter spiral.He has strength upper body to get the ball out of the hashes, but seems to be at its best when he can put his feet up and lead the football towards his goal.Not much of a runner, but has some experience coordinating different RPOs from a single back spread attack.However, must Optimize pocket presence and internal clock as this will likely help reduce bugs, which tend to falter once vibrate.Overall, should be visible d as a developmental potential player with some tools required to win games on Saturdays, but needs to continue to progress as a maker Resolution and improvement in tackling complex defenses, especially if he’s taking shots in the SEC or the Big Ten. “