Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
6’2”, 242 lbs (ESPN)
If you’ve followed the recruiting trail of Reuben Foster, you know just how drawn out and exhausting it has been.
After having committed and de-committed from both Alabama and Auburn (and getting a tattoo of the latter on his arm), Foster is back on the scene as one of the nation’s most desirable recruits.
The nation's No. 1 inside linebacker has all the tools and skills to be a sideline-to-sideline tackler while jamming the run up the middle. He also shows skill in blitzing up the middle. He would be the perfect replacement for Georgia's loss of Alec Ogletree in the middle.
Since early on in their recruitments, Foster and Tray Matthews have said on numerous occasions they would like to play together. Luckily for the Dawgs, Matthews is already signed and enrolled, giving us a very helpful edge.
Needless to say, Foster will fit right in wherever he decides to go, but hopefully he will decide that Georgia is the right place to be.