Sanders: ASU leads for D.J. Foster
The Arizona State football team’s 2012 recruiting class is already well-stocked, and at this point, the Sun Devils look like the leaders for Saguaro star D.J. Foster.
The versatile athlete can play cornerback, safety, running back or wide receiver at the collegiate level, and he has scholarship offers from dozens of schools. Foster is rated as a four-star prospect, and is generally considered one of the four elite prospects in the state this season, along with Corona del Sol’s Andrus Peat and Chaparral’s Davonte Neal and Connor Brewer.
Sabercats coach John Sanders said he wants Foster to take some official college visits before making a college choice, but “at the end of the day, ASU is his No. 1 school.”
Sanders said Foster may take official visits to Notre Dame, Nebraska, Oregon and Auburn. Foster has mentioned USC as a place of interest in past interviews, so that could be another place he visits.
Foster ran for 1,421 yards on 126 carries last season, caught 43 balls for 730 yards and had 29 total touchdowns last year as a junior.