2013 UGA Football Recruiting: Reuben Foster Says He Will Play With Current Bulldogs Commit

Reuben Foster is one of the top football recruits in both the state of Georgia and the country and for the moment at least remains committed to Alabama. However, Mark Richt and Georgia may have reason for hope after a recent trip to Athens by Foster where he declared that he would be playing college ball alongside good friend Tray Matthews who is currently committed to the Bulldogs.

"Me and Tray are going to play together 100% in college,"

Foster also called the trip to Athens "awesome" and that he hung out with current Bulldogs Jarvis Jones, Alec Ogletree and Alexander Ogletree.

"The visit right here was awesome man," said Foster. "They showed me out up there, I didn't really even go out, just everywhere I went. It was a wonderful trip man."

For more on UGA football, visit the Georgia blog Dawg Sports, and SB Nation Atlanta. Be sure to check out our dedicated NCAA football hub page for additional news, notes and analysis around college football.

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