Colleyville Heritage High School in Colleyville, Texas is home to one of the fastest prospects in the 2009 class. Defensive back Eddie Foster put together a solid sophomore season and will likely be one of the best in-state DB's in his class. Foster talked recruiting with Inside Texas and three schools have taken an early lead.
The 5-foot-10, 155-pound Eddie Foster
was one of the most successful sophomores in the state last year. He picked off six passes throughout the playoffs and rolled up around 60 tackles on his way to earning Defensive Sophomore of the Year honors in his district. Foster hasn't attended any summer camps to date, but he has already taken interest in three elite programs.
"Right now, Texas, Miami and USC," Foster replied when asked if he had any favorite schools.
"With Texas, I've always liked them. I grew up watching them."
"USC always produces some of the best players. They always have good players."
"With Miami, I just think it would be a good place to go," Foster said.
Foster also talked about what he is going to look for in a school.
"Academics are going to be important. I'm going to look at their success in the past, and coaching is going to be very important to me," Foster said.
Foster's best attribute is his speed. He reported close to a 4.25 40-yard dash. He talked about his strengths and weaknesses as a football player.
"Because of my small size, I would say my speed right now," Foster said when asked about his strengths. "I want to work on stepping up and making plays. I want to help our linebackers come up and make tackles."