Nebraska hosts Foster

Nebraska saw enough of D.J. Foster last summer after camp to make an offer to the 2014 offensive lineman from Lincoln (Nebr.) Southeast. Foster was at Nebraska's junior day yesterday for part of the time before having to leave early.

D.J. Foster can still make claim to being the only player from the state of Nebraska to hold a Nebraska offer for the class of 2014. Foster, a 6-foot-3 and 314-pound offensive lineman from Lincoln (Nebr.) Southeast was at Nebraska's invite only junior day.

"It was nice," Foster said. "I wasn't able to stay all day for junior day. I had to go to a basketball game that night. I play junior varsity as more of a way to stay in shape. We won though. I went to dinner with the team and saw the academics center."

Foster lives in Lincoln and getting down to see Nebraska wasn't a huge deal, but there were some things that he wanted to do with the weekend. One of those things was to talk to a couple of the players about what to expect with recruiting.

"I liked it because I was able to sit down and really talk with some of the players. I spoke with Imani Cross and Ameer Abdullah the most. I really wanted to get their thoughts on the recruiting process and what to expect."

Foster wasn't able to stick around all day, but he said that there was one other offensive lineman in for junior day. "There was only one other offensive lineman there today. He was a big guy, but I don't know who he was. I wasn't paying too much attention to that."

Nebraska was the first junior day trip that Foster has made and so far it's the only one that he had planned. Foster says that he is hopeful that he will get some other opportunities to make some other trips.

"I don't have any other plans right now. I hope some things come up, like other junior days and spring games, but I am not sure if I will do any camps this summer."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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