Foster to appear on The NEW College Football Show: Next Class 2013

BY foxsports • January 18, 2013

ATLANTA – Five Star linebacker, Reuben Foster, the No. 1 high
school recruit at the linebacker position and the No. 2 overall prospect
in the nation, will join FOX Sports South on its weekly recruiting
show, The NEW College Football Show: Next Class 2013 on Monday, January 21, 10:00 p.m. ET.
 
Coming
off a recent visit to Alabama, Foster has had one of the most
interesting recruiting stories of the year. A one-time Crimson Tide
commitment, Foster had pledged to Auburn before decommitting in
December. With no clear cut favorite, Foster will discuss his upcoming
visit to Georgia, as well as his recent visits to Alabama and
Washington. FOX Sports Next national recruiting analyst Chad Simmons
will also discuss with Foster whether Auburn is still in the picture.

Hosted by Desmond Purnell and FOX Sports Next national recruiting analysts Chad Simmons and Jamie Newberg, The NEW College Football Show: Next Class 2013,
breaks down the latest recruiting news every week leading up National
Signing Day on February 6.  The weekly series will welcome special
guests along the way including some of the nation’s top recruited
athletes.
 
The NEW College Football Show: Next Class 2013 runs
four weeks with the final show airing live on National Signing Day,
Wednesday, February 6.  Remaining episode air dates include:


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