Auburn's representatives will be involved in day three of the three-day event that features all 12 SEC head football coaches and three key players per team, up from the traditional two in previous years.
Ziemba, 6-8, 318 pounds from Rogers, Ark., came to Auburn as a high school All-American and has started every game for the Tigers the past three years. A second team All-SEC pick by the league's coaches last year, in 2007 he was an SEC All-Freshman selection.
Josh Bynes is a key run stopper for the Tigers.
Bynes, 6-2, 236 from Lauderdale Lakes, Fla., heads into the 2010 season with a string of 21 consecutive starts. As a junior he led the Tigers in tackles with 104 stops, including 61 solos.
Aairon Savage, a 5-11, 198 safety from Albany, Ga., broke into the starting lineup in 2006 and became an All-SEC Freshman. He is back this year as a sixth-year senior after missing the past two seasons with a knee injury in 2008 and an Achilles tendon injury in 2009.
Aairon Savage is working on his masters degree at Auburn while preparing for the 2010 season.