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The new Auburn coaching staff will have the final shot to convince the former AU commit that he should play football for the Tigers.
Top linebacker recruit Reuben Foster will use his last official visit before National Signing Day to visit the Auburn Tigers. Foster spoke with New College Football Show: Next Class 2013, which airs on Fox Sports South, sharing that he thought it was the right thing to do:
"My last official visit is going to be to Auburn. They deserve that official visit."
Foster's recruitment has been one of the more dramatic sagas of the 2013 recruiting cycle. Foster originally committed to Alabama, but flipped to Auburn last July. However, he de-committed from the Tigers following the dismissal of head coach Gene Chizik, despite having already gotten an Auburn tattoo on his arm. Many think that Alabama could wind up getting Foster back, but a lot can (and probably will) happen before Signing Day on Feb. 6.
The five-star linebacker from Auburn (Ala.) High School has already taken official visits to Washington and Alabama this January, and will take an official visit to Georgia on Jan. 25 before finishing at Auburn on Feb. 1.