Foreman heard from the Terps and defensive coordinator Don Brown before anyone else, receiving their scholarship offer his sophomore year. The class of 2011 defensive back is all grown up now, and also list offers from Kansas, West Virginia, Toledo, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State and North Carolina.
This summer, Foreman visited Tennessee, MTSU, UNC and WVU, and came back impressed.
I loved each and every one of them and all of their facilities were incredible, Foreman said. I loved all the coaches, they seemed like good guys.
Foreman has said that he doesnt have a leader, but he told TSR that Marylands early interest gives them an advantage.
They were my first offer, and youve always got to respect your first offer, he said.
Foreman said he ran the gamut of excitement in 09 when he heard that he officially had a future as a FBS student-athlete.
I couldnt believe it, said Foreman. I I cant even explain, I was ecstatic. They offered me when I was a sophomore, I was a young guy, and I was shocked.
However, he doesnt just like to be liked by Maryland. The 6-2, 180-pounder nicknamed Dirty Luke by his teammates said the Terps have a lot to offer him beyond just a scholarship.
I like their coaching staff, and I like their defense and how they run it and their jerseys. They have sweet jerseys.