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Before he kills someone.
This is a recruiting video for Reuben Foster of Troup High School in LaGrange, GA. This video highlights his freshman, sophomore, and senior seasons as Troup. It features both offensive and defensive highlights.
Reuben Foster hits like a train, which can be seen throughout this video. What sets Reuben apart from other linebackers is his ability to read the play, and his pursuit of the football. Reuben Foster has already committed to play his College Football at the University of Alabama in 2013.
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There is a lot to love about that junior film. To me the number one thing though is his four or five yard burst. Simply amazing...
Pretty sure during his tenure at Bama there'll be a couple of, "Oh Lord, I think he killed that boy!" sentiments muttered in the crowd.
There are so many things that could be pointed out about his game, but I love his closing speed. Will come in handy against teams like aTm, etc.
The way he explodes into the tackle, I'm thinking Reuben "The Missile" Foster.
Hardest hitter in high school I've ever seen. Would really like to get some ESPN Sport Science data on him.
Simply NASTY! Alpha Dog [on the field]!
You get out of it what you put into it!
He looks like a shark going in for the kill. You can see him kind of sizing things up, then he attacks!
As long as they can keep him at an optimal weight (235ish) he will be a terror. We all saw at the opening as he gets more mass he loses a step and flexibility. I think 6'1 and 235 would be excellent bc he keeps all of his power, that sideline to sideline ability and nasty jump of the snap, and with his frame he's plenty big enough to cover the run or pass or blitz.
You'll never achieve great things until you believe that's what's supposed to happen
You guys with your names and analogies. Lol, we know...He's a beast. (G)
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
That has been my thought every time I have seen his film--a heat-seeking missile. Locks on to target and BOOM!
Old Soldiers never die...
The most impressive thing to me is his initial burst of speed. Goes 0 to 60 like a race car.
his long run down against Haralson....toward the middle of the video ... was with a five week old high ankle sprain. it was heavily taped at the time as well. his five yard burst isn't the only thing that's fast about him.
Him and Jeff Luc have the best high school highlight films for a linebacker I've ever seen. It's tough to watch that video without making a noise...haha
So do ya'll think he gets on the field early this year? That is if the classroom stuff is taken care of, from what some have said on here. I'm thinking if he comes in and learns the system that he can get on the field.
Undoubtedly a MAN among children in those videos. His initial bursts are unreal. When he gets his timing down in college, LOOK OUT!! So excited to see this class on the field
Man among boys.
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