Foreman Now Considering Three

Tyler Foreman, the elite safety prospect from Encino (Calif.) Crespi, added a third program to his consideration list...

Tyler Foreman, the 6-2, 195-pound safety prospect from Encino (Calif.) Crespi, is now focused on three programs, but also said he's keeping his options open.

Foreman, who de-committed from Wisconsin last week, is currently considering California, UCLA, and Missouri.

Missouri is a recent addition to the list, and Foreman talked to the Scout.com Missouri site, ShowMeMizzou.com, about why the Tigers are now in consideration.

Missouri recently offered Foreman a scholarship, and he entertained a Missouri assistant coach for an in-home visit. "It was pretty good," Foreman said, regarding the meeting. "I enjoyed talking to him (the coach). He was telling me all about the program, about the school, and how they need a safety."

In regard to his official visits, he has already taken three -- to Wisconsin, Oklahoma and Utah -- but Foreman is no longer considering those three program. With two official visits left, he's considering visiting Cal, Missouri and UCLA, and entertaining the idea of taking an unofficial visit to UCLA.

UCLA assistant coaches Demetric Martin and Angus McClure are expected to have an in-home visit with Foreman tonight (Wednesday).

The coach that recruited Foreman to Wisconsin, Andy Buh, was recently hired as the new Cal defensive coordinator. Foreman didn't indicate that there was one school that was leading for him. He told Scout.com that, at this time, he is still "keeping (his) options open." Foreman listed a "good education, good sports programs, great people to be around, and a good area in which to live," as some of the criteria that he'll consider when choosing a school.


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