2016 offensive lineman Sean Foster might only be a sophomore in high school but is starting to become a hot commodity on the the recruiting scene. With offers from California and Nebraska already under his belt, the 6'8 265 pound, Mundelein, Illinois native hit the road over the weekend to check out Indiana and Wisconsin, walking away with a few memories, including a scholarship offer from the Hoosiers.
"The Indiana visit was incredible." Foster told The Crimson Quarry. "The campus was absolutely beautiful. I got to see all the football facilities, including the weight room, dinning hall, academic hall, the game field and the practice field. It feels awesome to get an offer from such as a great school like Indiana. The academics are unbelievably good." He added on his stop in Bloomington and offer from IU.
After recently visiting Northwestern, Indiana and Wisconsin, his road trips aren't done, as Foster told The Crimson Quarry he plans to visit Michigan on the 20th, Ohio State on the 22nd and Notre Dame on the 29th of this month.
With tons of time left until he signs his name on the dotted line to a school, Foster is definitely one to keep an eye on as he is well on his way to becoming one of the top overall offensive line prospects in the country over the next couple years.
For highlights of Sean in action for Carmel Catholic last season, check out his Hudl page.