Upstate Wide Receiver Updates Us

He came into the season as one of the more heralded wide out prospects in the southeast, but his team has not done well. How will this affect his recruiting in the next few months and who are his leaders, where will he visit? Find out now by reading more ...

Brooks Foster's Boiling Springs team has had a rough season this year, but Foster has had a productive season. College recruiters have taken notice of the wide receiver.

"We've had a terrible year," said Foster. "We're 1-8 and Friday is our last game. I took an official visit to Kentucky for the game against Florida and I really liked it a lot. The campus is nice and Coach Brooks is really cool. I want to play football and basketball in college and that makes Kentucky attractive."

"I went to a game at Clemson earlier in the year. They are a hometown school so I know a lot about them. I like Clemson, there were a lot of people at the game and they were loud. I also went to North Carolina. They have a great coaching staff and they introduced me to Roy Williams the basketball coach. Me and coach Williams talked about playing both sports in college. I want to take all my visits, 'm in no hurry. I don't want to commit too soon and then have to de-commit because I like somewhere else better."

"My top teams right now are North Carolina, Kentucky, South Carolina, Clemson, Vanderbilt and Maryland is a close 6th. I have offers from all of those."

Despite a rough season Foster has managed to haul in 40 catches for 700 yards and six touchdowns. He has also returned two kicks for touchdowns.

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