ROBERT FOSTER MIGHT BE BEST TWO-WAY SKILL PLAYER AND RETURN MAN IN THE COUNTRY!
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Robert Foster (6-3, 195, 4.33) of Monaca Central Valley, Pennsylvania is one of the top wide receivers in the country in this recruiting class, but he is also one of the top defensive players and a tremendous All-Purpose back and kick return men in the country.
On his highlight film, as a sophomore, Foster returned a punt about sixty yards for a touchdown, but the thing that was so important was that he reversed his field at least twice and then scored untouched.
As a wide receiver, Foster is a miss-match to most cover cornerbacks, because of his height, but he is also a great miss-match with tremendous athletic skills. His speed is also unmatched by most cornerbacks and he is so explosive, he can score on any play at any second in any game.
As a Sensational Sophomore, Foster caught 25 passes for 520-yards and 7 touchdowns, plus two other touchdowns on kick returns. He was also selected to the Pittsburgh Gezette Top 22 as a mere sophomore.
Then as a junior, Foster had 37 catches for 584-yards and twelve touchdowns; while averaging 20.8 yards per catch. He also rushed for 406-yards on 45 carries for another three touchdowns; while averaging 9.02 yards per carry.
If you keep watching his highlight film, you will get to see Foster play defensive back and he is just as impressive in the secondary where he recorded sixty tackles and four interceptions. Foster also ran two kickoffs and two interceptions back for a touchdown.
Early in March, after his junior season, Foster already had offers from every major BCS powerhouse school in the country, including Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan, Illinois, Oregon, Notre Dame, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, West Virginia, North Carolina, and Southern Cal.
Then in April, Foster was selected to play for the Western Pennsylvania Swag 7on7 Team that was sponsored by Adidas. This team played in various 7on7 National Tournaments, including the Under Armour IMG 7on7 Tourney at the end of June in Florida.
In every one of these 7on7 Tournaments, that they played in, Foster was the Super Star for his 7on7 Team as he made numerous circus catches all summer. Foster wowed fans all spring and summer with his great speed, great hands, great versatility, and great athleticism.
At the start of August, before his senior season, Foster had narrowed his college recruiting list to a Super Seven, including Alabama, Pittsburgh, Michigan, Southern Cal, Oregon, Michigan State, and Ohio State. Foster also had already scheduled three Official Visits in Alabama, Pittsburgh, and Ohio State. He says that he will not select his school until after his senior season.
There are not too many players I would rather have on my team than Robert Foster.
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