Reggie Foster is ranked as the no.25 safety prospect in the nation. He is ranked that high and he doesn't really even play defense. That gives you an idea of the kind of talent he possesses. Colorado was his favorite school for a long time until he didn't hear from the Buffs, but now the CU staff is back on him and he is going to try to visit for the NU game. A couple of things need to be worked out for this to happen."> Reggie Foster is ranked as the no.25 safety prospect in the nation. He is ranked that high and he doesn't really even play defense. That gives you an idea of the kind of talent he possesses. Colorado was his favorite school for a long time until he didn't hear from the Buffs, but now the CU staff is back on him and he is going to try to visit for the NU game. A couple of things need to be worked out for this to happen.">

Long Beach Safety Trying Hard to Visit

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=272352">Reggie Foster</a> is ranked as the no.25 safety prospect in the nation. He is ranked that high and he doesn't really even play defense. That gives you an idea of the kind of talent he possesses. Colorado was his favorite school for a long time until he didn't hear from the Buffs, but now the CU staff is back on him and he is going to try to visit for the NU game. A couple of things need to be worked out for this to happen.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 190
40 time: 4.48
Bench: 270
Squat: 350
Vertical:'31
From: Long Beach, California
High School: Millikan

"I want to go there for the Nebraska game but it is the day after Thanksgiving and they will have to find me a flight. Coach Simms is going to try to find me something around nine that night. If not, I guess I could fly in early the next morning. I am not sure what is going to happen but I would like to get up there."

Reggie said this to The Insiders back in June,"Colorado is still my top school," Foster said. "I've just always liked them."

He said this after listing CU as his favorite in the months previous to that interview.

Foster already visited ASU last month and has the Sun Devils as his current leader. "I like them the best because I have nothing to compare them to yet. It was nice there. I felt real comfortable."

He will also visit Oregon State this weekend and Washington on December 5th. Chances are that if he can't make it to Boulder for the NU game that he will re-schedule for a later date. ASU, CU, OSU, and UW are his final four teams. He does not plan on taking a fifth visit.

Foster describes himself as a player with great vision who always gives 100 percent.

On the season from his quarterback position he has 750 yards rushing on 98 carries running Millikan's option offense. He has totaled eight rushing touchdowns and 15 passing touchdowns. Reggie has only played the last two games on defense at the rover position and he does not remember his totals for both contests but knows he had nine tackles and one fumble recovery in one of them. He did not play the whole year on defense because he had a bit of a shoulder injury which is fine now.

Reggie is being recruited as a receiver and a safety but says that Colorado specifically likes him at safety. He prefers to play defense.

His team is going to try to finish their disapointing 4-5 season tonight on a strong note versus Lakewood.

Reggie carries a 3.2 core GPA and scored a 740 on his first SAT attempt but took it again on November 1st. He would like to major in Business or Sports Medicine and has aspirations of staying around the game of football whether it be coaching or playing.


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