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Auburn lands highly-coveted big man transfer Johni Broome


Out goes the nation's top shot blocker and DPOY , in comes the nation's statistically third-best shot blocker. Johni Broome, a center originally at Morehead State, announced his commitment to Auburn. Broome accumulated 131 blocks during his second season at Morehead State, only behind Western Kentucky's Jamarion Sharp and Kessler. (Auburn Sports)

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Auburn lands highly-coveted big man transfer Johni Broome


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