Posted January 27, 2012 on arizonastate.scout.com
On Thursday night, albeit leaning towards Arizona State, D.J. Foster was still undecided whether to pledge to the hometown school or Cal. After weighing all his options, and what each school can offer, the Scottsdale Saguaro running back realized one simple fact.
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