Bragg's commitment was first reported by On3.
The former Hilltopper totaled 27 tackles last season, including four sacks and a forced fumble. He played at WKU for three years after starting his college career at Mississippi Delta Community College.
Blessed And Highly Favored🙏🏾 https://t.co/oIYxJ6S4WZ
— Marcus Bragg🇭🇹 (@100days100night) June 19, 2022
On Western Kentucky's 2021 roster, Bragg was listed at 6-foot-4, 260 pounds. He's from North Miami, Florida.
Auburn has a strong duo of edge starters returning this season in Derick Hall and Eku Leota, but depth has been a major concern. Before Bragg's commitment, Auburn only had three players on scholarship at the position.
Bragg and Dylan Brooks are sure to get significant reps even if they aren't starting in 2022.
This article originally appeared on Montgomery Advertiser: Western Kentucky edge transfer Marcus Bragg commits to Auburn football