The long-snapping specialist visited Georgia State and came away impressed with what the local school had to offer.
“I chose GSU because when I visited I really liked the coaches, “ Forrister said. “The facilities were impressive and I also like that it’s close to home.”
While Georgia State certainly could use all the depth it can get along the offensive line, Forrister says that the coaches believe he can see the field sooner rather than later.
“My strengths as a player are my snapping abilities, speed and accuracy in long snapping,” Forrister stated. “The coaches told me that I can come in and compete and become a starter in my first year snapping for punts.”
Forrister chose the Panthers over an impressive list of FCS suitors which included Jacksonville St, Lagrange, and Elon. He will sign his letter of intent between 11 and 12.