Four-star Griffin (Ga.) safety prospect Jordan Colbert visited Auburn again last weekend and said Monday the Tigers, who had moved to the top of his list over the last couple of months, remain his leader."They're still sitting at No. 1," Colbert told AL.com of the Tigers. "I had a great time, seeing how they practice, how they go about things."Colbert added that he liked "the aggressiveness and the tempo" of the Tigers' practice. "I can relate to the tempo because that's basically what we do at my high school," he said.Colbert, who was earlier this year, has visited the Plains at least six other times previously, as he attended four games and two Junior Day events. He said this visit was a little more low-key, including a visit with safeties coach Charlie Harbison."He let me sit in while he was watching film and grading the scrimmage," said Colbert, who also met with head coach Gus Malzahn.A 6-foot-2, 205-pounder who plays linebacker at his high school, Colbert said Auburn coaches have talked with him about the Star position in Ellis Johnson's 4-2-5 defense but added that they would want him to learn all three safety spots. Griffin coach Steve DeVoursney said Colbert, who has also played tight end at Griffin, would be a good fit in the Star role."He's a heck of an athlete, a tall kid who can run, jump, throw and catch," DeVoursney said of Colbert, who also plays basketball and runs track at the school.Colbert, who earlier this year had also been , said Florida State, Clemson and Tennessee are still in the mix and he doesn't plan to make a decision until the Under Armour All-American game in January.He plans to return to the Plains for the A-Day game with teammates and fellow 2015 prospects Christian Owens, a four-star Georgia receiver commit, and Treznic Williams, a linebacker, and said he feels like he's developing a bond with the coaches at Auburn."They want you to be more than a football player," he said. "They want you to leave college becoming a man."Some sophomore highlights from 2012, when he played tight end: Thank you for subscribing. You should receive your first newsletter within 24 hours. To view and subscribe to any of our other newsletters, please .