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In High School: National top-100 prospect according to ESPN, he played in the US Army All-Star Game in San Antonio, Texas ... rated as No. 73 overall prospect in the nation and No. 1 in the state of North Carolina by ESPN, who also has him as the fifth-best player at his position ... rated No. 152 in the nation by 247 Sports, third-best in North Carolina and No. 11 at his position ... No. 218 overall, No. 9 in the region and No. 15 at his position by Scout … No. 6 prospect in the state and No. 18 at his position ... from the same area of North Carolina as 2016 All-American defensive tackle Carlos Watkins ... played for North Carolina in the Shrine Bowl in December 2016 ... started on Crest’s AAA state championship teams of 2014 and 2015, the Chargers reached the playoffs again in 2016 ... played for coach Will Clark ... team finished 9-4 as a senior when Foster had a career-high 83 tackles, 14 for loss and six sacks ... as a junior, had 67 tackles, including 12 for loss in helping Crest to a perfect season ... had 10 tackles in the state championship game as a junior ... started as a sophomore and had 57 tackles, including seven for loss ... had 207 tackles and 33 tackles for loss his last three years of high school ... committed to Clemson on October 10 at halftime of his game ... also considered Notre Dame and Tennessee ... solid basketball player, he averaged 12 points per game and shot 64 percent from the field as a freshman ... averaged 10 points per game on a 23-5 team as a sophomore ... had 17 points and nine rebounds in his first basketball game in November 2013 ... wore #35 in football and #44 in basketball ... recruited by Dan Brooks.

*Courtesy Clemson Media Guide

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