Foreman surprises at USC camp

Tyler Foreman did not feel he was getting noticed with the safeties at the USC Camp on Tuesday so the Encino (Calif.) Crespi standout moved over to play with the cornerbacks and he hit it off big.
Foreman, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound three-star prospect, was one of the players mentioned by high school coaches and parents in attendance and after his strong showing he's hoping USC gets more involved in his recruitment.
"I was originally with the safeties over on the baseball field and I felt I wasn't getting looked at so I walked over there to the corners and I just dominated there," Foreman said.

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"I get around the cornerbacks every now and then but I don't really play there. I can play there though. I just saw there was an opportunity and I took it and I ran with it."
The USC coaching staff did not offer but it seems like the Trojans are definitely more interested moving forward.
Foreman, rated No. 31 at safety in the 2013 class and No. 49 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com, said he's going to call the USC coaches soon to see where he stands.
"They said they liked me and they didn't think I could move that well," Foreman said. "They said they really liked how I performed."
Washington came through with an offer for Foreman on Tuesday and he's been talking to that coaching staff for a while. He's hoping to visit soon but does not have anything scheduled yet.
"I talk to the DB coach about every week and he tells me a lot about the program and how they're coming up and how they're going to be a good team this year," Foreman said. "He wants me to take an unofficial visit up there."
So far, Foreman has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Cincinnati, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah and Washington.
He's remaining patient with the recruiting process at least for now.
"I'm kind of waiting it out and seeing what happens," Foreman said. "I want to see what USC is talking about after a couple days when I call the coaches."