Robert Foster is a must-get for Pitt. Photo from bleacherreport.com
The single-most important recruit in the Class of 2013 is Robert Foster. Foster, a receiver from Monaca's Central Valley High School, is such an electric playmaker at multiple positions that he was ranked as a top five national recruits by both Rivals and ESPN's recruiting services.
Foster was on the radar for a long time, but he really blew up last year, It was actually a nationally televised game against Rushel Shell's school that brought Foster to national attention. Foster had an absolute monster game as a receiver, running back, return man and defensive back.
At 6'2", 180 lbs with 4.4 speed, Foster is just explosive. His ability could make him a threat down the field in the passing game as well as in the return game. With a few talented quarterbacks like Chad Voytik, Tom Savage and Tra'Von Chapman in the fold, Foster could become a real star. In fact, he has a chance to potentially contend for the Heisman.
To get him Pitt will need to beat out all of the national powerhouse programs like Alabama, Florida, Ohio State and also local Penn State.