Sorry Trojans fans, it just wasn’t it the cards.
Four-star high school running back prospect D.J. Foster made his decision as to where he will play his college ball on Friday, choosing the Arizona State Sun Devils as the place he will be matriculating this upcoming fall.
Foster, a Scottsdale, AZ native, wanted to stay close to home and be nearer his family, which played a large role as to why he decided ASU over thier Pac-12 rival Trojans and Cal Golden Bears, the other teams Foster was choosing from.
5’11" 180 pound Foster is seen as the No. 5 running back in this year’s recruiting class, and the No. 71 overall player coming out of high school in the nation.
With Amir Carlisle transferring to Notre Dame, Dillon Baxter to SDSU, and freshman George Farmer moving back to WR, it would have been nice to have a guy like Foster joining the ranks. But what are you gonna do, c’est la vie.
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