Many schools coming after Foreman

Encino (Calif.) Crespi lost its last three games to be eliminated from playoff contention and that was disappointing to Tyler Foreman and others but the 2013 defensive back has a bright future with early offers from Arizona State and Boise State.
Since he's only wrapping up his junior season, Foreman said he didn't have a favorite school yet and wants to learn more about the two schools that have offered and the many others showing interest.
"It's too early to say I have a favorite yet," Foreman said. "I don't really have one right now."
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound safety has the two offers and said he's hearing from Pittsburgh, Nebraska, Notre dame, Washington, USC and Oregon early on.
Even though his junior season ended on a bad note, one bright spot moving forward is Foreman's recruitment.
"I'm pretty happy," Foreman said.
"I'm just trying to take it all in. I'm trying to not get too overwhelmed with it and I'm taking my time and seeing what comes."
Foreman could land more offers before his senior year especially because he's planning to stay busy this off-season.
The Crespi standout plans to attend the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio over the holidays, a combine in Arizona and then some NIKE Camps in the West this spring.
Two schools have already offered and many more are interested so Foreman said things are going well so far in his recruitment.
"I'm happy where things stand right now," he said.
Crespi started the season with seven victories, one a forfeit, before losing to La Puente (Calif.) Bishop Amat, Mission Hills (Calif.) Alemany and Los Angeles Loyola to finish its season.