Bryce Foster

Bryce Foster

Offensive Lineman
6′4″ / 290 lbs
Katy, TX
Class of 2021
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Rating: 96.0

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Boston College
Texas A&M
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Bryce Foster (2021) - 2017 Highlights


Mike Scarborough
5 mo ago by Mike Scarborough
The War Room - 2021 Recruiting Reset, Oct. 1
With 7 spots left to fill out the class of 2021 there's a lot of questions regarding multiple positions that could possibly fill out the remaining few spots beyond the guys we think we can accurately project as commitments.Let's try and fill in the blanks on the remaining spots. This is not an order that we think they will commit.*** Walker wide receiver Brian Thomas. I've now seen and interviewed Brian twice in the last six weeks and I think the only reason he hasn't committed already is because he has not had a chance to visit any other schools. I'm told that his relationship with former LSU running backs coach Tommie Robinson who is now at Texas A&M is part of why he's delayed. He has said he wants to visit College Station and he wants to keep his word with Robinson.The relationship with Zachary wide receiver and LSU commit Chris Hilton is a positive and I think the Tiger coaches have done a strong job weeding through some of that Alabama muck in the spring. LSU probable*** Lafayette Christian Academy safety Sage Ryan put out his final three of LSU, Clemson and Alabama last month. He maintains he wants to take visits but if the NCAA doesn't open things up in January he will just make a decision. LSU probable*** Offensive lineman Tristan Leigh of Fairfax, VA (Robinson Secondary) and his several visits to Baton Rouge in the last six weeks, plus our interviews and other sourced info has everything pointing to LSU. LSU probable*** Five-star defensive lineman Maason Smith of Terrebone is going to put out his final five list on his birthday, October 13. We'll see who ends up on that list, but ertainly, I think Georgia and others will be there. However, I see no way he signs anywhere but LSU.LSU probable*** Five-star defensive lineman Korey Foreman of Corona, Calif. (Centennial HS) was back in Baton Rouge this past weekend for another visit and my source tells me what it was very positive. The confidence from the LSU side of things has been high for many months. There seemed to be a lull about a month or so ago but I think the optimism is the highest it has ever been.This past weekend he and family bought their own tickets, were in the stands for the game, dined at Walk On's several times and things seem to be progressing more and more in the LSU direction. And yes, the relationship with Maason Smith is also a positive despite the fact that I've never believed in package deals.LSU probable*** Last week, LSU offered Malik Nabers now of Southside High School in Youngsville, La. He's been committed to Mississippi State since July 28. It's awful whats going on with him and the Comeaux folks blocking his athletic eligibility. He's been tweeting about it all day today and it's become almost like a #FreeMalik thing. They need to get that resolved. Kids in that area of south Lafayette have the legal ability to choose between Comeaux and the recently built modern Southside. He took that waiver and went. His offer from LSU has nothing to do with how the Tigers coaching staff feel about their positioning with Brian Thomas. They truly feel like he's a gifted player that they don't want to get away.LSU possible*** Offensive lineman Savion Byrd of Duncanville, TX was a part of the gathering of LSU commits and recruiting targets last month. He commuted from Texas with quarterback Garrett Nussmeier. My source tells me LSU leads so I have himLSU probable*** That is 24 guys listed above if all the probables indeed commit and sign. Who might be the 25th? I know that QB Cole Lourd is someone they want to have in the program so we will see how that plays out. The other possibilities are.. TE Michael Trigg OL Bryce Foster, Kimo Makaneole, Niceville, FL (Fla. State commit) RB Armoni Goodwin , Camar Wheaton, Donovan Edwards, Logan Diggs
Recruits blown away by LSU's win in Tuscaloosa
1 yr ago by Mike Scarborough
Recruits blown away by LSU's win in Tuscaloosa
Many of the nation's top recruits for the 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 give their reactions to the Tigers win over Alabama in "Game of the Century II".

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