"It's a bit surreal, to be honest. You play with kids between the age of 18 and 22 and they're playing in front of more than 80,000 people every single week. That's something that kids back home couldn't imagine beyond their wildest dreams," Siposs said.
"I'm very lucky to be able to go and do that and play at such a beautiful school with a rich history, playing against some quality opposition. Every single game counts and the atmosphere certainly makes that a lot more special as well."
Siposs is looking to become the eighth Australian, and the fifth former AFL player, on an NFL roster in the upcoming NFL draft.
"It's a tough business to crack into. There are 256 picks, which sounds like a lot. But there's over 1000 guys who are trying to get on a roster and have a shot at making it to the league," he said.
"Punters and kickers aren't normally the guys who they go for in the draft, you have to be doing something exceptional. But I truly believe that with what I've been able to show throughout my two years at Auburn, that I've given myself every chance to get my name called out when that time comes."