WR Brooks Foster
6-1, 186, 4.5
Boiling Springs High School
Boiling Springs, South Carolina
Boiling Springs (SC) receiver Brooks Foster nearly had the infectious commitment atmosphere carry over into his recruitment on an official visit to Maryland.
"I had a good time. (Kentucky and Maryland) both were about the same. I got to tour the school, got to spend time with the players and coaching staff, and that's about it. I talked to (basketball head) Coach (Gary) Williams and watched the basketball team practice. He said I had an opportunity to play."
Is that idea intriguing to him?
"Oh yeah. I also thought about committing up there. Only two I know did, but there were a lot that talked about it."
Certainly the Terps would have to be high on Foster's list after the visit. "They're high. I can't say they're number one, but they're up there."
Foster is not ready to tip his hand, putting the Terps even with North Carolina (1/9), Kentucky, Duke, Wake Forest, and Clemson (1/16). Recruiting coordinator David Blackwell is recruiting the two-sport star to Clemson.
We will continued to keep you updated on Brooks Foster, right up through signing day.
SC WR Back from Maryland
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