Tommy Tuberville’s former doghouse appears to be almost empty.
Three Auburn players that found themselves on the former coach’s bad side — wide receiver Chris Slaughter, linebacker Tray Blackmon and cornerback Ryan Williams — are not currently enrolled at the school, according to reports.
Auburn’s sports information department could not confirm that the players are not enrolled. New Tigers head coach Gene Chizik was not available for comment.
Slaughter withdrew from school with uncertain future plans and Blackmon is expected to sign with a Canadian Football League team, according to AuburnSports.com.
Williams has enrolled at Copiah-Lincoln Community College in Wesson, Miss., according to Wolfpack head coach Glenn Davis.
Slaughter, a Peach County High graduate, prepped for a year at Hargrave Military Academy before joining Auburn in 2007.
He finished his Tigers career with 20 receptions for 198 yards and two touchdowns.
He was suspended for three games early this season before having a breakout game at Ole Miss, catching eight passes for 131 yards. He did not travel for the team’s season finale at Alabama.
Neither he nor members of his family could be reached for comment Thursday.
Blackmon, a five-star linebacker out of LaGrange, had an up-and-down career, missing 17 games in three years because of injuries and suspensions.
A broken bone in his wrist forced him to miss six games this season, including the final five. After having surgery, he got a job to support his family.
Williams, a three-star 2007 recruit out of Mobile, Ala., played sparingly as a true freshman, making four tackles in seven games.
He did not play at all last year because of academic issues.