The 2014 running back out of nearby Tuscaloosa (Ala.) Northridge was there to take in the weekend events, but he had a recruiting goal in mind.
"Reuben loved the trip, and I would love for him to come play at Alabama with me," he said. "He's one of my best friends, but it would really surprise me.
"We kind of talked about it the whole time he was here."
While hopeful, Scarborugh wasn't ready to declare Foster a 'Bama lean by any stretch despite all the drama surrounding the five-star linebacker's recruitment.
"There's kind of a chance, then again there's not," he admitted with Foster's prospects at Alabama. "That's why I said it would surprise me."
Things were more positive, according to Scarborough, with the Tide's top running back target remaining on the board.
"Alvin Kamara seems like he really liked it, but I don't know how much he likes Georgia," he added of Kamara's two finalists.
While recruiting others seems to have been the primary goal, the junior's own commitment to Alabama remains on track.
"It's pretty solid," he maintains.