Foreman looking at Arizona

Safety Tyler Foreman holds an Arizona offer among numerous others. Read on for his thoughts on his recruitment, Arizona, and more.

Tyler Foreman from Encino (Calif.) Crespi is one of the most sought-after safeties in the nation.

The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder has offers from a dozen schools and numerous others are keeping a close eye on the defensive back.

Arizona is one school that has extended an offer in Foreman's direction. The staff has been able to stay in touch on a relatively consistent basis, according to Foreman.

"I would say I talk to Arizona every three weeks when the coaches are allowed to call me," Foreman said.

With UA fighting with a long list of schools for Foreman's commitment, it should prove to be a tough grab for the Wildcats. Outside of Arizona, there are three programs that are giving him the most attention.

"Cal, UCLA, and Minnesota are the three main schools I am hearing from right now" Foreman said.

Foreman doesn't have too much on his plate for the upcoming summer just yet. For now, he only has a camp scheduled for Southern California.

"I'm going to USC's camp next week," Foreman said. "That's pretty much it."

Offers have been rolling in regularly for the defensive back. Foreman hasn't been able to foresee any of the offers he has received and isn't sure if or when any more are coming.

"All of my offers that have come in have been a really big surprise," Foreman said.

With a lot to ponder, Foreman will have a tough decision to make in the coming months. Currently, he does not favor any specific programs and is not in any rush to put one program ahead of the rest.

"No not right now," Foreman said of naming favorites. "I'm just waiting to see how things play out."

Football – and everything surrounding it – is certainly the major factor in Foreman's decision, but there are other aspects involved as well.

"My major," Foreman said. "The environment and how I interact with the coaches and players."

Foreman still has months to go before Signing Day arrives and he plans on going through the process slowly and making a decision after the conclusion of his senior campaign.

"I'm going to wait until after the season," Foreman said.

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