CFB roundup: Top prospects change commitments; Couric interviews Paterno's widow

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With the national college football signing day set for Wednesday, two top recruits changed their commitments.
Rueben Foster, the nation's top inside linebacker recruit, re-committed to Alabama, according to multiple reports.
He had initially committed to the program as a high-school sophomore, but also considered rival Auburn.
Foster, the nation's No. 2 prospect from Auburn (Ala.) High School, told Fox SportsSouth that he chose the two-time defending national champion Crimson Tide over the Tigers and Georgia.
Also, Jalen Ramsey plans to switch his committment from USC to Florida State, according to multiple reports.
The cornerback has notified the Seminoles coaching staff of his plans, according to and
Ramsey from Brentwood, Tenn., is rated as the No. 3 cornerback and the No. 10 player in the country. He had been recruited by then-Alabama defensive backs coach Jeremy Pruitt, but when Pruitt became the Seminoles' defensive coordinator after the BCS Championship Game, Ramsey reconsidered. Ramsey made an official visit to Tallahassee on Jan. 11.

--Katie Couric is turning her focus to the Penn State University football program. She has talked to Sue Paterno, widow of the late Joe Paterno, in an interview that is scheduled to air Monday, ABC announced Tuesday.
Joe Paterno died at age 85 in January 2012 of complications from lung cancer, two months after being fired by Penn State in the midst of the Penn State child sex abuse scandal involving Jerry Sandusky.
Sue Paterno had yet to give an in-depth interview since her husband's death. She was interviewed in her home last month and is expected to be in studio for Monday's airing, according to the Hollywood Report.

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