USD can’t comment on high school players who have verbally committed but two came up in the last few days in Denver basketball player Austin Sparks and Lawton, Okla., wide receiver/defensive back Tevin Foster.
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“He’s one of those guys who, if you put him in a one-on-one competition situation, he’s going to figure out a way to win,” his Lawton, Okla., high school football coach Randy Breeze said. “It doesn’t matter if it’s checkers. He wants to win everything. He’s a team leader, very dedicated and hard-working.”
Foster plays for a Lawton team that has five Division I-bound players according to Breeze. Leading that contingent would be defensive end D.J. Ward, a top-100 player who is going to Oklahoma.
“We have 10 days of spring practice and we had 50 Division I schools come through to watch our kids,” Breeze said. “And Tevin is one of the best of the kids they were looking at.”