As I’ve said many times already, I haven’t the slightest idea where Reuben Foster will eventually end up (I’m still leaning towards Auburn, but after the de-commitment of Dee Liner I’m no longer sure), but it’s clear that Foster is every bit as vague about where he’s going, too.
The talented linebacker is set to visit the Georgia campus on January 25—along with Montravius Adams and Alvin Kamara—and he will be hosted by Tray Matthews (who is already enrolled). Georgia has continually pulled out all the stops with Foster and he’s certainly taken notice of their efforts…even if he’s not altogether sure why they’ve bothered.
“I do not get it with Georgia,” Foster said. “I committed to Alabama last year, and they said they were not giving up on me. Then I decommitted and they thought they had a chance, and then I committed to Auburn. Once again, they said they were not giving up on me. They stayed on me heavy this entire time, then when I decommitted from Auburn, they said they were coming for me. They were there at the school the day I decommitted, and they said they were sorry I had to go through all of that twice, but they were just giving me goodwill that day and that was great to have. I could tell they were happy when that happened though.”
Will Georgia’s tenacity pay off? Only a signing day decision will tell.
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