"It was fun," Foster told Cardinal Authority. "It went real good. I got a chance to talk to all of them. They want me."
Foster (6'3, 175) has only played football for just over a year, but his play, especially during Union County's playoff run, has grabbed the attention of college coaches.
As a junior, Foster caught 29 passes for 590 yards and 4 touchdowns.
"T.J. was the fourth guy in our wide receiver group heading into this past season," Union County head coach Steve Taneyhill told Scout.com. "He was our best wide receiver in the playoffs. He's 6'3, 175 pounds and has great hands. He catches nothing in on his body. He's not a burner but he's kinda like that basketball player out there."
Foster, who also holds a scholarship offer from East Carolina, appreciates the high interest that the Sugar Bowl Champions have in him.
"It feels real great," he said. "They are good in every sport there. I like how it's not about one person, but it's about the whole team there. I like that a lot about Louisville"
While highly impressed by his visit, Foster wasn't ready to make his college decision during his time at U of L this past weekend.
"I still haven't finished my junior year, so I want to wait," he said. "I might make my decision by the middle of the season. I just feel like I should wait for awhile."