Scottsdale High School's D.J. Foster has made plenty of noise during his high school career. Whether it be as a running back or safety, Foster has drawn eyes from Division I programs around the country and figures to make his college decision soon. According to ESPN's Greg Biggins, Foster is facing a head vs. heart decision between the Oregon Ducks and the ASU Sun Devils.
Foster is a four-star prospect, with Rivals.com ranking him as the second-overall prospect in Arizona. Up until recently, his list of schools consisted of Arizona State, Oregon, and Nebraska.
After visits to the three schools, Foster has narrowed his search down to the Sun Devils and Ducks. According to an ESPN Insider article by Biggins, Foster is leaning towards becoming a Duck right now:
"Both trips were great and you could say that I'm trying to figure out if I should follow my head or my heart. Right now, I'm leaning to Oregon but I just got back from there so I know I'm still on that post-trip high. I really loved the visit though and I feel that it's the best place for me. My parents went with me too and they even want me to Oregon."
As Foster acknowledges, he will take the time to consider both options before making his ultimate decision. He hopes to make his choice within two weeks.
Head vs. heart? ASU fans hope that Foster will choose emotion over logic in this battle and don the maroon and gold.