We've been tracking Byrnes junior cornerback/wide receiver Jaylan Foster for well over a year now and after a slow start his recruitment has taken flight during the past few months. Foster who excels on both sides of the ball for the Rebels reached double digit offers lately and although he's clearly on the radar of numerous amounts of schools he feels there is still plenty left to prove en route towards his senior season and ultimately making his college decision.
He sat down and talked with us about both camps and a recent 7 on 7 tournament at an SEC school.
"App State was a good camp, I had a really good camp there. I just worked out at defensive back for them. I loved how everything was close together and everything updated."
The Mountaineers coaching staff had a message for Foster too.
"They all said they liked what they saw of me and after all the camps an offer should come."
After Boone Foster headed to Chapel Hill where he camped with the Tar Heels.
"North Carolina's camp was also good. The coaches said they liked what they saw and an offer could come once they see where other players go. I liked their football facilities and how the players were out there helping with camp a lot."
A pair of the Tar Heels' top wideouts made an impression on Foster showing him some love during the camp as the Tar Heels like him as a wide receiver.
"Ryan Switzer and Bug Howard.
A recent 7on7 tournament trip to the University of Georgia with his Byrnes squad earned Foster some additional interest from the host school.
"We came in second at the Georgia 7 on 7 tournament, we lost to Grayson in overtime."
The Bulldogs staff apparently liked what they saw of Foster too during the Rebels' stay.
"It was great, they said they felt like I was the best player on the field all day and invited me back to Dawg Night. They are recruiting me as an athlete."
So what does Foster think about the Bulldogs and what he saw during his time in Athens?
"I really liked what I saw and I also got a chance to see the football facilities."
The 2016 prospect talked about how he feels about his team at this point after placing second in Athens.
"Yes sir I like how the team is coming along. We still have work to do but overall we did pretty good for it being our first one of the season."
Foster's latest offer came from Hampton University last week.
We'll continue to bring you more updates with Jaylan Foster and other top prospects here in the Palmetto State each week so stay tuned...
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