Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14
Reuben Foster has officially signed his letter of intent with Alabama. Most of you have probably heard of the five-star linebacker recruit from Auburn (Ala.) High School. Foster is the dude who committed to Alabama last July before switching his commitment to Auburn and getting this tattoo to prove it. It turns out that getting the ink was a bit of a rash decision, as Foster later decommitted from Auburn and went back to — you guessed it — Alabama. On Wednesday morning, Foster made it clear that he is excited to play for Nick Saban next season by dressing up like the three-time SEC Coach of The Year. Foster has signed with Alabama. And his attire makes it pretty clear that he’ll fax it, too. twitter.com/oanewspreps/st… — OA News Preps (@oanewspreps) February 6, 2013 Saban typically comes across as a pretty serious guy, so Foster must already be pretty comfortable with him to go down that road. Five-star recruits can probably get away with a little more than the average high school player. Helmet smack to Dr. Saturday The post Reuben foster dresses as Nick Saban while signing Alabama letter of intent (Picture) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Reuben Foster changes commitment to Auburn, gets tattoo to prove it (Picture) Reuben Foster keeping Auburn tattoo despite decommitting from school Nick Saban reportedly telling NFL teams he’s staying at Alabama
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