Foster to continue to take trips

Three-star running back Arian Foster (6-2, 207, 4.49) from San Diego (Calif.) Mission Bay has returned from North Carolina. Unfortunately for Tar Heel fans the big powerful running back did not commit. Foster still has three trips on his itinerary and he isn’t expecting to commit until he visits all of them.
“It was alright,” Foster said. “North Carolina is pretty cool.”
“I liked the fact that North Carolina is a young team,” Foster said. “And I like the fact that they want me to play early.”
“I didn’t commit because I have three other visits,” Foster said. “I don’t think that I will commit to any school until I take all my visits.”
“All five schools are pretty even,” Foster said.
Foster was selected League Offensive Player of the Year after rushing for 2,093 yards and 24 touchdowns in 11 games.
Foster is a big back that makes plays. He has great size, speed and power.
Oregon is next in line for a visit and he will visit Eugene on January 16. Tennessee and West Virginia are also scheduled to have visits but Foster is unclear of the dates.
Foster has already visited Oregon State and he definitely likes the Beavers.
“I like the whole program at Oregon State,” Foster said. “The people there are real cool and down to earth.”