Foster Makes Pick
Brooks School senior big man Myles Foster announced his verbal commitment to Monmouth University Wednesday.
Foster, who played with WrightWay Skills last spring and summer, becomes the third member of that team to commit to head coach King Rice in the last ten months as he joins Jake Glezen and Gob Gabriel, who just wrapped up their freshmen seasons.
He took to his twitter account to announce his decision.
"The campus is georgeous, right by the beach." Foster told NERR's Zack Sandberg. "The coaching staff has been one of the schools that have been recruiting me from the beginning and it's a great place where I can prosper both on the court and in the classroom as a student-athlete."
Foster is a New York native who has spent the last three years in New England at the Brooks School. He was part of the team that won the NEPSAC Class B championship as a sophomore and returned to the finals again this year.
This season, he averaged 16 points and 12 rebounds per game while earning All-NEPSAC honors in Class B.
Foster is a slightly undersized big man who compensates with wide shoulders, extremely long arms, and arguably the best set of hands in all of New England. He catches anything he can touch and is also a very good ball-handler and passer for a big man.
Below are highlights from his senior season.