Foster To Visit Death Valley?

Brooks Foster, one of the top receivers in the Southeast, is beginning to finalize his official visits. Will the Clemson Tigers get one of the official visits for the star receiver? We've got all the details in this recruiting update.

WR Brooks Foster
6-1, 186, 4.5
Boiling Springs High School
Boiling Springs, South Carolina

The 6-1, 180 pound prospect continues to impress the college recruiters with his impressive play this season. Foster has caught 35 passes for over 600 yards during his senior campaign. The talented athlete has also scored 5 touchdowns as a receiver and 2 others as a kickoff returner.

Foster is not ready to go on record with a leader at this point. "Kentucky, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Clemson, South Carolina and Maryland are my favorites," stated the prize recruit.

The standout receiver from Boiling Springs took an official visit to Kentucky earlier this month. "I had a good time. The game was good. They played Florida. Everyone seemed to know me as I walked around the stadium."

Foster visited North Carolina last weekend for an unofficial visit as the Tarheels battled Arizona State. "I had a good time. I talked to all the coaches. I also talked to Roy Williams. He said I would have the opportunity to play basketball also."

The outstanding prospect has scheduled an official visit with Maryland for December and an official visit with North Carolina for January. Will the Tigers or the Gamecocks get an official visit? "I'm not sure yet," stated Foster.

Foster may visit Clemson this weekend for an unofficial visit. "I may go to the Clemson game against North Carolina this week," stated the star receiver.

If Foster decides to stay in state where would he sign if today were signing day? "I'm not sure. It's tough. I like both of them a lot. They are both showing a lot of interest."

The Boiling Springs High star has changed his commitment timing. "I was planning to do it before Christmas, but I doubt I'll be ready. It will probably be somewhere around signing day."

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from South Carolina, right up through signing day 2004.

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