"We aren't doing spring practices," Foreman said. "We are practicing, but we aren't in pads and just do plays with no contact. We get a longer fall camp since we aren't doing a spring camp."
The 6-foot-0 and 170-pound Foreman says that despite no formal spring that he thinks he's taken a step forward in being a leader. He says that the whole team is working on getting everyone better when they are out there on the field together.
"I feel like I should be a better leader, I have been helping with the younger players learning the plays, and that is just what the team needs. We need everyone to make to others around them better."
No trips this spring so far for Foreman and he isn't sure he will make any before school is out. He is looking at a trip this summer to one of the schools that has offered him already.
"I haven't taken any trips this spring," Foreman said. "I don't know if I will take any before school gets out. I know this summer I will try to get to Oklahoma and I don't really know about anywhere else."
Some people like to give Foreman the athlete tag, but it's pretty clear which position teams like him to play at the next level: wide receiver. He says that his strengths on the field are speed and catching everything thrown his way.
"People are recruiting me as a wide receiver and I would that as a receiver my strength is that I attach the ball hard. I am a deep threat guy and really an all-around player. I just try to catch everything and run crisp routes."
Armanti has a solid, double-digit offer total right now. However, he might be limited to another number of offers when it comes to choosing a school.
"I want to say that I am up to 15 or 16 offers right now. I want to play with my brother, D'Onta Foreman, more than likely. He has four or five offers. I also want to go a school that is going to make it possible to have the most success."
One of the latest teams to offer Foreman is Nebraska. When the Huskers offered Foreman admits that he didn't know a lot about the school. After a good talk with the recruiting coach and some online research he feels good about what he knows about the school.
"I think that I got the offer from Nebraska about three weeks ago or so. I didn't know too much about Nebraska until I spoke to Coach Rich Fisher. He told me all about their program and I needed to do my own research. I like their academics, their team GPA and graduation rate."
As a junior, Foreman collected 36 passes for 959 yards and nine scores and rushed for an additional 534 yards and four touchdowns, earning First Team All-District and 24-4A Special Teams MVP honors.