With his decision behind him, Foster can now put all of his focus on helping his team improve in 2013. He and his Panther teammates are working toward that as they go through spring camp, which started earlier in the week and will conclude on May 23rd.
For Foster, it's good to be back on the field.
"I've been waiting, I have a lot of time to improve and get better," Foster said. "It just feels good to be out here with a lot of new guys and there are a lot of new faces. I'm glad to get out and play again."
Last season the Panthers narrowly missed the class 5A playoffs. Foster doesn't mind playing the role of underdog this season; in fact he uses it as motivation.
"The motivation right now is we're looked upon as an underdog and we want to be a bull in the corner and come out and play," he said.
Despite his commitment to TCU, that hasn't stopped others from at least testing how strong his commitment is to the Frogs. Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma and Utah are just a few programs that have inquired about the nation's No. 43 cornerback according to FOX Sports NEXT.
"Utah was thinking about offering me, they were talking about contacting me pretty soon but I haven't talked to them before," Foster said.
Just how strong is his commitment to TCU?
"I'm real, real solid," he said of his commitment. "I've been a fan of them for a while, ever since I moved down from Atlanta. They grew on me a lot and it's a really big family and that's what I like."
Foster was one of several prospects who attended TCU's last practice of the spring. He also spent some time at the Frog Fest and gained an appreciation of the fan support he'll receive as a student-athlete at TCU.
"It was nice, I like how the fans showed a lot of love to the players and the players showed a lot of love to the fans," he finished.