The nation's top linebacker Reuben Foster talked about his recruiting on the FOX Sports South show…
Foster won't extend the process
Alabama and Georgia were the first two schools to offer Reuben Foster and those offers were extended in 2009. That's right, 2009 when Foster was a freshman. Many knew he was special then and he has lived up to those expectations. It is now just 15 days until National Signing Day and Foster is not going to drag the recruiting process out past February 6. "It was a possibility that I wait until after Signing Day to announce my decision, but it is not a possibility anymore. I probably won't even wait for Signing Day now, I may commit a day or two before just to get it overwith," Foster told Scout Monday night. Foster has been going through the recruiting process since he was a freshman. Coaches started visiting Troup County High School then, verbal offers were being made, and visits were being taken by Foster. In the summer of 2011, he committed to Alabama, the school he grew up a fan of after being born in that state. He decided to open his recruitment back up around...
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