TCU’s highest rated recruit from this cycle has signed, now that Wichita Falls running back Daimarqua Foster has sent in his National Letter of Intent.
7:58 AM | #CarterBoys19— TCU Football (@TCUFootball) December 19, 2018
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Foster, a 5-10, 195 pound running back, rated as the No. 16 running back in the country, the No. 34 player in the state of Texas, and the overall No. 285 player in this class according to 247 Sports’ Composite Rankings.
Foster committed to TCU on June 8th, the same day they offered, and he pretty much shut down his recruitment after he announced. He held offers from Baylor, Virginia Tech, and Texas Tech, among others.
His senior season was incredible, as Foster rushed for 2,800 yards and 41 touchdowns. He finished his high school career with 6,775 rushing yards, 100 rushing touchdowns, 498 receiving yards, and five receiving touchdowns.
You can check out his HUDL highlights here. According to the stats on his HUDL page, he runs a 4.43 and squats almost 500 pounds.
Foster has top-end speed to go with his incredible strength, which allowed him to absolutely dominated on the field in high school. He’s absolutely deadly in space, but has the ability to navigate through traffic and has flashed some solid receiving skills as well.