"I was able to meet the coaches, get to know them better, and they showed me a great time. We got to hang out, go bowling, and they really had a great plan for me this weekend. I liked what they showed me, I like the school, and I really had a great time."
One thing really stood out to the top linebacker in the country. It was the message the coaches got across to the 6-foot-1, 237 pound linebacker.
"Washington doesn't want me, they truly need me. They coaches were telling me that all weekend and I believe them. A lot of people can say that, but when they say it, I believe it. It meant a lot to me too."
Foster is not going to name favorites or present a list of schools in any type of order, but it looks like the Huskies are in this race.
"They are in it until the end," Foster said. "After this visit, I could really see myself playing there. Just being around that group of people would be great.
"Going to Washington is a win-win because you never have to leave there. There is so much there for you after football. I think they have an amazing set up and they will be on my list until the end."