Katy Taylor OG Bryce Foster (6’5, 330) signed with Texas A&M on Friday over offers from Oklahoma and LSU.
The powerhouse is the first and only interior offensive lineman to earn five-star status in the DCTF rankings, dating back to the Class of 2012.
Foster was the first interior OL to earn DCTF Five-Star honors and is a 2021 All-American.
In 2019, Foster helped the Mustangs pave the way to the 6A Division II semifinals and is a four-year varsity starter.
Foster’s evident and apparent defining attribute as a prospect is his awe-inspiring power, which shows through on tape and is verified off the field as he is the shot put and disc Junior Olympic National Champion and national record holder.
Foster, who has his eyes on the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, has helped his chances at early college playing time by showing an ability to play center on his senior film.
On the field, Foster has earned the nickname ‘The Mountain’ for his size and ability to bully defensive linemen. His versatility and experience are great attributes, but his undeniable strength and power up front make him a rare find.
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