Foster: "It's a win-win at Washington"

Reuben Foster returned to Washington this weekend and after they made a strong impression on him over the summer, UW hoped to the same this time. All signs point to them doing just that.

"Man, my visit to Washington was great. Just being around that place, the people, and getting to know everything about Washington was great," Reuben Foster told Scout.

"I was able to meet the coaches, get to know them better, and they showed me a great time. We got to hang out, go bowling, and they really had a great plan for me this weekend. I liked what they showed me, I like the school, and I really had a great time."

One thing really stood out to the top linebacker in the country. It was the message the coaches got across to the 6-foot-1, 237 pound linebacker.

"Washington doesn't want me, they truly need me. They coaches were telling me that all weekend and I believe them. A lot of people can say that, but when they say it, I believe it. It meant a lot to me too."

Foster is not going to name favorites or present a list of schools in any type of order, but it looks like the Huskies are in this race.

"They are in it until the end," Foster said. "After this visit, I could really see myself playing there. Just being around that group of people would be great.

"Going to Washington is a win-win because you never have to leave there. There is so much there for you after football. I think they have an amazing set up and they will be on my list until the end."

Foster is scheduled to visit Alabama next weekend, then Georgia on the weekend of January 25. He is a former Auburn commitment and he could visit them officially as well.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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