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Reuben Foster changes commitment to Auburn, gets tattoo to prove it (Picture)

Reuben Foster is the top-rated linebacker for the 2013 recruiting class according to multiple recruiting services, and he made some waves when he changed his commitment from Alabama to Auburn last Thursday.

The Auburn (Ala.) High School product said he was announcing his decision so he could put it behind him and begin getting prepared for college.

Foster dressed up his daughter in an Auburn outfit and used her as a prop to announce which school he chose. He also showed off a new tattoo with the Auburn logo on his forearm to show his commitment was really sealed in ink:

According to the Birmingham News, Justin Hokanson of AuburnSports.com reports that Foster got the tattoo after attending Auburn’s last football camp of the summer.

Now that he’s expressed his commitment to his new school with permanent ink, let’s hope he doesn’t change his commitment again or end up transferring. If he does, then he might have to pull a LaDainian Tomlinson to solve the tattoo problem.

Below is a video of Foster’s announcement:

Photo credit: Justin Hokanson


Around The Web

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Elijah-Greenleaf/100001787220723 Elijah Greenleaf

    Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the LORD.  Leviticus 19:28, The Holy Bible.  
    Tattoos are on the people who didn’t get the word of the Lord!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/I5STONYDESRJEJD2UFBVQPZFJA Justin Hile

    Do you follow ALL the rules in Leviticus? No one is perfect, I know plenty of Christians who have tattoos. Besides, what if the tattoo is an expression of the person’s faith in Christ?

  • http://www.facebook.com/bret.roy.39 Bret Roy

    Lets see, we’re talking about a High School kid?  Tattoo’s?  A daughter?  Anyone else see a problem here?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1813666240 Elizabeth Lehr

    I see a problem with judgmental idiots!