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Taylor star lineman Foster makes name at games

The Montgomery native took up track and field around the third grade. Photo courtesy of Vype

This article originally appeared on Vype

In a little more than a week, Taylor sophomore offensive tackle Bryce Foster will line up during his team’s season opener, ready to blister whichever Atascocita defensive lineman stands in his way.

The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Foster’s profile has grown exponentially following an eye-opening freshman campaign, receiving 14 collegiate offers from recruiters hungry for him to wear their colors.

It’s what he recently accomplished off the gridiron, however, that opened more eyes.

Foster broke an 18-year-old AAU Junior Olympic Games record in late July when he threw 64’ 00.50” in the shot put, six feet better than his previous personal record.

“It feels unreal,” Foster recently told VYPE. “Every day I wake up and I watch video from it and I’m just like, ‘Wow. I really did that.’ Insane.”

Aside from the record, Foster also placed first in the discus in the Games.

“My confidence is very high right now,” Foster said.

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