Sawyer's Visit To Oklahoma State Was 'Great'

Foster Sawyer seems to like Oklahoma State pretty well. was able to catch up with the quarterback from Fort Worth All Saints Episcopal School on Thursday evening for a run down on his trip to Stillwater earlier in the week.

"It went great. It was an all day thing and we got to see the campus and all of the facilities and where they meet," said Foster Sawyer, who was offered a scholarship by Oklahoma State back on Feb. 25. "Both my parents were with me and my head coach (Aaron Beck) was there, so we had the whole posse there."

Sawyer is a 6-5, 210-pound pro-style quarterback who has led All Saints to back-to-back Southwest Preparatory Conference titles and a 22-0 record the past two seasons (11-0 each season).

The 2012 season included a 31-7 win over Brownwood, a 45-23 win over Dallas St. Mark's, and a 48-7 win over Oklahoma City Casady School. Sawyer threw for 2,815 yards with 31 touchdowns and only eight interceptions in completing 162-of-263 passes (61.6 percent). As a sophomore, he threw for 2,810 yards with 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.

Sawyer's résumé is strong. He works with a regular quarterback trainer in former Texas A&M quarterback Kevin Murray, who he gives a lot of the credit for his development.

As for his future and where he will quarterback, Sawyer hinted it could be at Oklahoma State.

"The trip was memorable and I really loved it," he said. "I can see myself being at Oklahoma State. I need to pray about it. I want my decision to come in the next month or so."

In addition to OSU, the talented quarterback already has offers from Arizona State, Houston, Missouri, Mississippi, SMU, TCU, North Texas and UCLA.

Sawyer said he visited TCU about two weeks ago and he is contemplating making a trip with his parents to Missouri but he hasn't scheduled anything yet.

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