Tulsa -- Was one of several freshmen to sit out last season due to red-shirt status . . . a walk-on athlete . . . showed a lot of promise during spring drills . . . has good quickness, speed and hands . . . needs to add size and strength . . . will continue to improve with playing experience.
High School -- Was a three-year letterwinner and two-year starter at Kingwood High School . . . played receiver and cornerback . . . was credited with 1,322 receiving yards and rushed for 143 yards during his career . . . totaled 17 touchdowns in his career . . . also tallied 43 tackles and three interceptions on defense in his career . . . caught 17 passes for 346 yards and four TDs as a senior . . . earned honorable mention all-district merits as a senior and first-team honors his junior season . . . was the team captain and selected as the Team Offensive MVP and Special Teams MVP as a senior . . . had 33 receptions for 976 yards and 13 touchdowns his junior campaign . . . high school coach was Doug McDougald.
Personal -- Favorite TV show is "Family Guy . . . his favorite NFL team is the Houston Texans, while Terrell Owens is his favorite NFL player . . . lists the Houston Rockets as his favorite professional sports team . . . the best thing about TU is the "small class size" . . . lists former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell as his non-sports related role model . . . his favorite Tulsa restaurant is P.F. Changs . . . New York City is the most memorable place he has visited . . . the three words that best describe him are "versatile, hardworking and dedicated" . . . a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes . . . parents are Michael and Charlene Foster . . . majoring in marketing . . . was born December 12, 1986 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
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