Throughout the month of July, Mequon (Wis.) Homestead 2018 guard Greg Foster Jr. surprised schools with his rapid development. Playing a complimentary role most of his AAU career, Foster became integral to his team’s success in the NY2LA Sports Summer Jam and the Las Vegas Classic. 

In an effort to attract more West Coast schools, Foster will play his senior season at Clark High School in Las Vegas.

“I had a good situation out here and my dad knew someone who was connected out here, Foster told NY2LASPORTS.COM.  I just kind of like the West Coast feel, I guess.”

Foster has offers from Western Michigan, Loyola Marymount, UTEP, San Francisco, Denver, Green Bay, Gonzaga, Cleveland State, Southern Illinois, Northern Colorado, and Milwaukee.  Fresh off an official visit to Gonzaga, Foster picked up an offer from the Zags over the weekend.

“It was pretty cool,” Foster said. “It was awesome to get that offer. They just said they loved my versatility, I can play multiple positions.  The visit was a lot of fun. I loved the campus. It was a little cold, but nothing I’m not used to.”

Gonzaga and UTEP make up Foster’s final two schools. The 6-foot-5 senior took an official visit with the Miners in September.  “My whole family is close with coach Floyd,” said Foster. “I’ve known him since I was like eight. I grew up there, so I kind of knew everything. It was just good seeing everybody again.”

Boston College and St. Mary’s are expressing late interest in Foster as well.  “They like me a lot,” he said. “I don’t know how far I want to go with that though.”

Foster has no more official visits set. Despite some late interest, Foster is planning to shut things down and make a decision in the near future.  “Probably soon,” he said. “I want to sign early. It’s going to come down to the best fit for me, where I can go play right away.”

Foster played with Playground Elite and Portland Basketball Club during the travel season.