Arizona high school runningback breaks state record in game | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

High School RB rushes for 508 yards, 10 TDs in One Game

by BSO Staff | Posted on Tuesday, November 8th, 2011
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An Arizona State Sun Devil or an Oregon University Duck?

It’s going to be a tough decision for the nation’s fifth-ranked high school running back, D.J. Foster to pick his college of choice over the next few months. Foster can pretty much go to any school he wants, especially after rushing for a staggering 508 yards and scoring 10 touchdowns in the first round of the Arizona Division III playoffs this past Friday night.

The 5-11, 180-pound Saguaro High School senior not only shattered the Arizona state record for most TDs in a game, but also added further excitement for big-name college recruiters across the nation eager to persuade him to join their squads. Foster raked up the yards on only 20 carries, averaging 25 yards per rushing attempt.

But according to Yahoo, Foster is only interested in either attending Arizona State (aka “Balls So Hard University” as Ravens Linebacker Terrell Suggs so eloquently named it) or Oregon University.

No matter where the kid plays, I’m sure we’ll hear more about him in the years to come.

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