And just recently, the rising 2019 tight end participated in U-M’s satellite camp in California, using the opportunity to workout with Michigan’s coaching staff for the first time.
In fact, it also gave Foskey a chance to bond with his main recruiter – U-M TE coach Jay Harbaugh – who offered the Concord (Calif.) De La Salle standout at the end of his freshman season.
“He’s cool, he’s chill,” Foskey said of Jay Harbaugh. “He’s a lot of fun to hangout with.”
And the same goes for U-M coach Jim Harbaugh, says Foskey.
“Same thing he is just chill, happy all the time, always smiling,” Foskey said. “He’s got a great attitude out there too.”
That being said, Foskey still holds a fondness off how he received his Michigan offer late last fall
“My reaction was like ‘Wow, that’s one of the biggest schools out there,’ man,” Foskey said of U-M offer. “I was just celebrating. I was so happy. I was so stoke right there.”
Adding: “It was out of the blue. I was just lifting. I was lifting with Devin (Asiasi), he’s going to Michigan, so they hit me on the spot right there.”
So, is Asiasi trying to get Foskey to join him in Ann Arbor?
"He hasn’t been saying anything,” Foskey said. “He just said make the right choice. He said that waiting till signing day is a good choice too, not to choose early.”
But one thing is clear, whichever schools Foskey ends up choosing, they better have a “high prestige” business program, he says.
“Biggest factors are what I want to major in, which is M.B.A. (in business),” Foskey said. “And that’s basically every school, but one that has high prestige. (I’m also looking for) one that has a good football program, (as well as) a great community for me to be at.”