"I committed to Tennessee," said Arian Foster. "I just felt comfortable over there. My host was Rick Clausen on my official visit. They're bringing me in at running back."
One factor in recruiting is always location, but that factor didn't play much of
a role in Foster's decision.
"I've been moving around all my life. I grew up in New Mexico. I spent a
summer in Florida, and then I came to San Diego. I don't mind moving again. I'm done taking
visit. I like the tradition of the program and really wanted to be a part of it."
Foster projects as a full qualifier, and he had over 1,200 yards and 31
touchdowns as a senior.
California RB Heading to the SEC
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