— Florida State has signed four offensive linemen to its 2018 recruiting class, including two who will be part of the Seminoles’ offensive line in 2018.
The four-star defensive end and three-star tackle commit from FSU’s Tuscaloosa area, who also played linebacker in high school, will be joining FSU as a three-technique tackle.
Foster, a 6-foot-6, 310-pounder from Lakeland, Fla., chose the Seminole’s football program over offers from Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Florida.
“He’s a very talented player who I think can help us win,” head coach Jimbo Fisher said in a press conference Wednesday.
“He’s going to be a good fit for our football team.”
He will join four-year starter Michael Cooper, who has started all 11 games in 2018 and is a three time SEC Defensive Player of the Year.
Fisher said he will bring Foster, who was the No. 3-ranked defensive end in the country by 247Sports.com in May, along with two-year starters Kyle Hightower and Nick Becton, both of whom are seniors.