Teddy Foster gets first Big Ten offer from Rutgers football

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Class of 2024 safety Teddy Foster pulled in an offer from Rutgers football over the weekend, representing the athlete’s first offer from a Big Ten program.

Listed as 6-foot-2 and 170 pounds, Foster also holds offer from FIU and Tennessee in addition to Rutgers. He is set to enter his junior season at Cardinal Mooney (Sarasota, FL).

Last season in seven games played, he had 26 total tackles and six passes defended as a sophomore. Cardinal Mooney went 7-4 in 2021.

Foster tweeted about the offer on Sunday evening. In the picture that Foster tweeted was Rutgers safeties coach Drew Lascari:

 

The offer for Foster is part of a busy spell for Rutgers football as they received three commitments in the past week from three-star h-back Dante Barone (The Hun School; Princeton, N.J.) as well as a pair of Long Island athletes in wide receiver Dylan Braithwaite (Holy Trinity; Hicksville, N.Y.) and safety Ian Strong (St. Anthony’s; Long Island City, N.Y.).