Good experience for Foster

The first player from the state of Nebraska in the class of 2014 to get a Nebraska offer was D.J. Foster. Foster has then followed that up with some impressive offers from all over the nation. Foster was in the stands Saturday for the Nebraska spring game.

D.J. Foster has seen some games at Nebraska in Memorial Stadium. The spring game in Lincoln is one last chance to think about football before the long off-season gets here.

"It was good," Foster said. "I liked being able to get back into that environment again. 60,000 fans for a spring game is pretty good."

The Lincoln (Nebr.) Southeast offensive lineman is holding a Nebraska offer already and was there with a lot of former teammates and one current one. It was a good time to just get a chance to talk as well as see his brother suited up for Nebraska.

"I spent some time with the Lincoln Southeast kids, the walk-ons from last year and Luke Gifford, for a little while talking before the game. I really wanted to see my brother play."

The Nebraska offense was pretty much unstoppable for both squads. The offensive line was a big part of that and owning the line of scrimmage. Foster definitely saw that on Saturday.

"I thought that they did good. The Nebraska offense moved the ball well down the field. I thought that the offensive line played well and the quarterback had enough time to throw the football."

There aren't any more plans to get out and see more schools this spring according to Foster. The summer will be filled though with trips that take him around the nation to check out more schools.

"This summer I will head south and west. I am not too sure which schools I am going to go and visit yet. All I know is that I will see a good amount of schools."

The evaluation period is about a week away from starting up and Foster knows about one school that will be by to see him. "I know that USC is coming to see me this month. That will be an experience. Hopefully I will keep hearing from more schools and more schools keep coming in to see me."

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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