Sigler committed late last month, picking Auburn over LSU and Mississippi State.
He played outside linebacker his senior season in B.C. Rain's 3-4 scheme, finishing with 100 tackles, but he projects as a defensive lineman in college, either outside or, if he continues to add size, on the inside.
Because of his limited experience on the line, he might take a while to develop his technique working out of a three-point stance.
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- Committed: Jan. 26, 2011
- Recruited by: Tracy Rocker, Curtis Luper
- Also considered: LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Kentucky, Texas Tech
- Rivals: 64 position (OLB), 23 state
- Scout: 44 position (DE)
- ESPN: 46 position (DE)
- Notable: Sigler is the cousin of former Alabama player and current Blount High coach Kelvin Sigler
- Quotable: "It might be a goal for some, but I will be the next Nick Fairley." -- Sigler
Here's a free scouting report on Sigler courtesy of Scout's Scott Kennedy:
Sigler has good size and is a good athlete that posseses good speed and change of direction. He's a good enough athlete that he lines up at linebacker at times, despite having a frame that could make him a defensive tackle one day. Sigler is more of a prospect than a player at this stage of his career, as he seems to lack some basic disengaging skills. Sigler played for a bad HS team, and motivation could have played a factor.