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says he's not ready to commit, but the running back from Elberton, Ga., came away from Junior Day favorably impressed with the school and the fact the Tigers are offering four-year scholarships rather than renewable one-year deals that most schools provide.
"If I signed, they offered me a full-ride, a four-year scholarship. They won't take it from me. They'd be true to their commitment and what they promised me," Dye said Saturday.
He said the four-year scholarship "means a lot."
Dye said he probably would decide his college choice until after the season. Auburn coaches are working on him now.
"They made it sound like I was the guy that they wanted," Dye said after talking to, among others, running back coach Curtis Luper.