Mundelein (Ill.) Carmel Catholic class of 2016 offensive tackle Sean Foster enters the summer with seven scholarship offers and a plan to impress more coaches at camps.
"I'm just going to a few camps around me," Foster said. "I'm going to a Notre Dame camp, I'm going to an Iowa camp and I'm going to a Michigan State camp. I do believe I am headed out to Minnesota sometime in July to go to a grill out with the team."
The 6-foot-7, 256-pound Foster will attend Michigan State's camp on June 11, Iowa on June 15 and Notre Dame on June 24 and he has seen interest from each of those schools already in the recruiting process.
"All of those schools are really interested in me," Foster said. "They have come to my school many times, talked to my coach and spoken highly about me."
The seven schools that have offered Foster are Cal, Indiana, Nebraska, Nevada, Northern Illinois, Syracuse and Toledo. The early start to his recruitment is a dream come true.
"Me and my family are really pumped because this is what we have been dreaming about," Foster said. "It's kind of cool because I am going through the same process my dad went through. I'm following in my father's footsteps and as a kid you always look up to your dad. I grew up a huge Iowa fan because that is where my dad went and where he played."
Foster will look to earn an offer from Iowa at their camp this summer, but even if the Hawkeyes join his list he is keeping an open mind to all schools recruiting him.
"Pretty much all of the schools I talk to right now are high interest in my mind," Foster said. "It makes me want to look up what the school is all about, what academics are important at the school, what my relationship with the coach is going to be and how my family is going to react to my decision."
Foster was one of the top performers on offense at the Rivals Camp Series presented by Under Armour earlier this month in Chicago.