Reuben Foster, a top linebacker prospect out of Auburn High School in Alabama, visited the Georgia Bulldogs this weekend. Foster enjoyed his time in Athens, and he also was impressed with how UGA defensive coordinator Todd Grantham said the Bulldogs would utilize him.
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"Coach Grantham just popped the tape in, we watched it, and it was pretty exciting," Foster said. "He wants to move me around, blitz me a lot, and he showed me Jarvis Jones video, and how he used them. I like that because that is my style. I rush the quarterback well, I play fast, and I liked what he was showing me."
Foster was originally an Alabama commitment, then flipped to Auburn, but decided to open things back up after Gene Chizik was fired at the end of the 2012 season. Foster is still considering the Tigers, though, and he's planning to visit the school on Feb. 1. He also visited Alabama on Jan. 18.
Foster is considered the top inside linebacker in the class of 2013 by Rivals, and the No. 13 overall prospect in the class.