Daniel Thomas didn't need much time to think over Auburn's scholarship offer.
Thomas faxed in a national letter of intent to the school hours after the Tigers' coaching staff extended him the offer Wednesday morning.
The 3-star safety announced his decision at Lee-Montgomery High School at 11 p.m.
Thomas is the second previously undecided player Auburn has landed on national signing day. The Tigers also received a commitment from offfensive lineman out of Ohio Prince Sammons.
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