"Aaron checks so many boxes that will allow him to make a positive impact on our players, coaches and program as a whole," said Butch Thompson, coach of the Tigers.
Everett served as an assistant coach for the Bison in 2019 before getting a promotion to the head coaching position. In two seasons, his record was 44-31.
Before serving as an assistant coach with the Bison, Everett was an assistant at Alabama-Huntsville, Albany State and Tennessee Wesleyan.
Everett played college baseball at Tennessee from 2006-08. Everett spent one season in the minor leagues signing with the San Diego Padres organization.
“I’m incredibly blessed to be joining the Auburn baseball family. I set a goal to be a part of a SEC coaching staff when my playing days were over, and I’m blessed that it has come to fruition. I would be hard pressed to find a finer group of men to work with and learn from. I’m so fired up to get this season going and watch it unfold," said Everett.
This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Auburn baseball hires former Tennessee pitcher Aaron Everett