Dothan High School defensive back Kamryn Melton will remain a Tiger after his high school career concludes this fall.
Melton made his college destination known when he became Auburn's fifth commitment for the Tigers 2013 recruiting class.
Melton, a 5-foot-11, 170 pound cornerback, is rated as a three-star player by 247 Sports for the 2013 signing class. He also had an offer from Kentucky, as well as in-state schools UAB and Jacksonville State amongst others.
Melton was in Auburn this weekend for the Tigers Junior Day festivities.
Melton had 63 tackles and an interception last season for coach Kelvis White's Tigers.
Pinson Valley wide receiver Earnest Robinson also committed to Auburn during his Junior Day visit.
Melton is Auburn's fifth commitment for the 2013 class. The others are Robinson; Lawrenceville, Ga., defensive tackle Dee Liner; Lawrenceville, Ga., linebacker Trey Johnson; and Kennesaw, Ga., punter Jimmy Hutchinson.