Foster says child care key in his decision

December 14, 2012 

LB Reuben Foster Foster of Auburn, AL, one of the top rated players in the country at his position, will bring more to his college than his talents. He will also bring a three year old daughter. And Foster said child care will play a major part in his decision.

“The school I pick has to have a good daycare program and good babysitters in case she wants to spend the night with me and I have football,” Foster told ESPN. “They coaches have to have a good bond with her too. My little girl has to like them and she knows who she likes. She likes Auburn — and she likes Alabama. Those are the only two schools she likes, but she has not seen Georgia yet but I plan to take her there to see them too.”

Foster has been committed to Alabama and Auburn at one time or another, most recently to Auburn.

He now plans to take his five official visits and is scheduled to visit Washington January 11th. He said USC probably will get a visit as well. He's also looking at LSU, Georgia and Miami for official visits.

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