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Reuben Foster has to be the most interesting High School Football player of all time. First, he gets a massive Auburn tattoo to show his commitment to the Tigers.
After a coaching change, he decided he prefers to go to Auburn biggest rival Alabama. He dresses up as Nick Saban on signing day and now this.
Authorities say a man who was arrested after spending 16 years on the run for allegedly shooting his estranged wife while she was holding their 18-month-old boy is the father of Alabama football signee Reuben Foster.
Danny Foster was originally arrested in Randolph County, Ala., after the shooting, which the woman survived. A young Reuben was wounded in the back.
Foster was originally arrested, but escape from prison and had been living under a false identity in Miami for 16 years. Can’t wait until this story is on Discovery ID.
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According to Deadspin, Reuben Foster’s father, Danny Foster, was arrested after being on the run for 16 years in Miami. Danny Foster was wanted to assault charges and was finally nabbed after his son, Reuben Foster, signed with the Alabama Crimson Tide dressed as Nick Saban.
According to AL.com:
Danny Foster, father of University of Alabama football signee Reuben Foster and...
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