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Sport Cam Newton's brother, Caylin, transfers to Auburn

05:35  23 may  2020
05:35  23 may  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Quarterback Caylin Newton , whose brother Cam won the Heisman Trophy after transferring to Auburn , is joining the Tigers as a graduate transfer from Howard University. Caylin Newton made the announcement on Twitter on Friday night.

Caylin Newton won his conference' s Offensive Player of the Year award last season. After two solid seasons starting for FCS Howard, Caylin Newton , Cam ’ s younger brother , is moving on. The junior quarterback announced through Twitter on Tuesday that he will officially enter the transfer portal and

Following in the footsteps of a legend is never easy and it’s even more difficult when that icon is your brother. Now, quarterback Caylin Newton will be experiencing that feeling after transferring to Auburn University.

a close up of a helmet: Can Caylin follow in Cam's footsteps? © Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports Can Caylin follow in Cam's footsteps?

Caylin, who entered the transfer portal in October, announced on Friday that he is headed to Auburn. The former Howard Bison star quarterback will be following a similar path to his brother.

Newton began his collegiate career at Howard and showed promise in his first season on the field. He won the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference’s Rookie of the Year Award, racking up 13 passing touchdowns and 12 rushing scores. He took off as a passer in his second season, throwing for 2,610 yards with 22 touchdown passes and 555 rushing yards.

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There are nicknames Caylin Newton likes just fine. Some people call him “Fig,” for obvious reasons. Caylin had visited his brother occasionally during his time at Auburn , where Cam won the Heisman And his goal isn’t to build a college football résumé and then transfer to a bigger program; “we’re four

Caylin Newton will graduate in May then transfer to another school.He will have 2 years eligibility left.

Caylin saw limited action this past season at Howard. He played in just four games, posting a 6-3 TD-INT ratio, before announcing he was leaving the program.

It will certainly be difficult for Caylin to match the accomplishments Cam achieved in his lone season with the Tigers. Cam won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Award, Davey O’Brien Award and the BCS national title in 2010. However, it should be a great opportunity for Caylin to be part of a great program with a history of winning.

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Caylin Newton won his conference' s Offensive Player of the Year award last season. After two solid seasons starting for FCS Howard, Caylin Newton , Cam ’ s younger brother , is moving on. The junior quarterback announced through Twitter on Tuesday that he will officially enter the transfer portal and

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