Guthrie's Donte' Foster to play football at Ohio
BY RYAN ABER
Former Guthrie star Donte’ Foster has decided to make a switch again.
About 10 months after deciding to forego walking on to Oklahoma State’s football team in favor of playing basketball at Seminole State, Foster is heading back to football.
Foster signed earlier this week with Ohio, where he’ll have four years of eligibility with Frank Solich’s team.
“On the field, Donte’ will be a big addition to our wide receiver corps and he’s also proven to be an exemplary individual off the field as well,” Solich said. “We’re very excited to have Donte’ in Athens and we think he has a tremendous future here.”
Foster was all-state in both football and basketball at Guthrie, racking up 80 catches for 1,408 yards and 25 touchdowns during his last two seasons with the Bluejays.
He gained national recognition after hitting a shot in the Carl Albert tournament as a senior that made its way to ESPN.
At Seminole, Foster averaged 12.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.1 steals and 1.8 assists, helping the Trojans to the Region II finals.
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