The top tackle in the nation is slated to make his decision on Saturday, plus highlights from his workouts.

He discusses the decision-making process, what he likes about Stanford and how the Army All-American Bowl is helping develop his game.

Stanford fans will keep their eyes to the TV during the U.S. Army All-American game on Saturday.

Not only are five-star offensive tackle Walker Little and four-star tight end Colby Parkinson, both Stanford commits, playing in the game, but the top tackle in the country, 6-foot-6, 300-pound Foster Sarell, will be lining up next to Little and announcing his college decision at the game.

The decision is down to Stanford, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Washington and USC. He has officially visited all of these schools with the exception of Stanford, but went on an unofficial visit for Stanford’s win over USC. He told Brandon Huffman if he does commit to the Cardinal, he will be visiting campus for big visit weekend January 13-15. 

When asked if his decision is made, he said, “I’m pretty solid on it, yes.”

Sarell has been one of the top performers in San Antonio, showing what he can do against the nation’s best defensive linemen. Parkinson, who stands at 6-foot-6 and 225 pounds, said he felt “puny” standing next to Sarell.

The #2 overall player and top tackle in the class would help Stanford solidify an already impressive class featuring Little, the #2 tackle, Parkinson, the top tight end, 2017’s top quarterback Davis Mills and elite wide receiver Osiris St. Brown. 

He caught up with The Bootleg after Tuesday’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl practice. Highlights from practice are included in the video. 

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