LSU, Stanford, Texas A&M, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Iowa, Iowa State and Wichita State have shown interest in Foster to playbasketball. Colorado is the only school to offer him.
"I plan on narrowing it down during football, then making a decision after basketball season,” Foster said.
Foster is also receiving considerable interest in football with Tennessee, LSU, Arkansas, Colorado State, Kansas State and Rice among the schools wanting Foster on the gridiron.
•Oku planning officials:
After previously saying he would likely take unofficial visits to Michigan, Illinois and several other schools this summer, Carl Albert running back David Oku
has decided to skip the unofficials and take official visits this fall.
Oku said he will definitely take official visits to Tennessee, Florida State and Michigan during football season.
Nebraska and Illinois are the other schools in Oku's top five. USC and Ohio State have not offered Oku and have fallen out of his top five.
•Ashmore on ESPN Hoopgurlz Top 60:
Midwest City forward Diamond Ashmore
is ranked No. 41 on the ESPN Hoopgurlz Super 60.
Ashmore averaged 8.2 points per game as a junior, helping the Lady Bombers to 24-2 record and state tournament berth.
•Updated Scout Top 300:
Scout.com released its updated Top 300 football rankings on Tuesday.
Jenks cornerback Gabe Lynn
is the top-rated Oklahoman, standing at No. 28 overall. Joining Lynn in the top 100 are Carl Albert running back David Oku
at No. 36, Tulsa Union running back and Oklahoma State commitment Jeremy Smith
at No. 96 and Dewar linebacker and Oklahoma commitment Ronnell Lewis
at No. 99.
Carl Albert safety Daytawion Lowe
(No. 219), Lawton MacArthur safety and Oklahoma commitment Javon Harris
(No. 220) and Bishop McGuinness tight end Gabe Ikard
(No. 281) were also on the list.
By Brandon Chatmon