Reuben Foster‘s recruitment has turned into what many analysts have predicted all along.
“It’s been getting kind of crazy,” Foster told GigEm247.com. “I knew it was coming.”
That certainly became the case when Foster decommitted from Auburn on Friday. The linebacker from Auburn (Ala.) High School has now been committed to both the Tigers and rival Alabama.
Auburn isn’t out of the running, however. Foster recently visited with newly-hired head coach Gus Malzahn.
“I went by there. It went great,” Foster told AuburnUndercover.com. “I’m going to give him a chance.
“It’s the first time I met him. It was a good impression. He’s a nice man, a clean-cut guy.”
Foster has heard from several schools since he decommitted from Auburn. Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M, Georgia Tech, Miami and Washington have all called.
Texas A&M is sure to receive a visit, according to Foster.
“I don’t know when,” he said. “I’m going to take a visit there. It might not be an official.”
Which school will Foster choose? That’s yet to be determined. But his family will play a role, according to Foster.
“I’m a mama’s boy so my mom is going to help me,” he said. “(She told me to) keep God in your head, keep God in your prayers and stay focused in school.”