When most people think of Iron Mountain, they think of Tom Izzo but the biggest basketball name now is Foster Wonders.  The rising junior is making sure that people around Michigan don’t forget about the small town in the Upper Peninsula by putting up big numbers.  We had a chance to catch up with Foster to see how his season and recruitment is going. 

Q:  How is your season going so far?
A:  Very good! We are currently 12-0 and ranked in the top 5 in the state for Division 3.

Q:  What are your per game averages? 
A:  25 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists

Q:  What are your grades like?
A:  I currently have a 3.7 GPA

Q:  After that heart breaking loss in the State Finals last season, how did that motivate you over the summer? 
A:  It just made me push myself even more to be a better player and work on every facet of my game.

Q:  Who do you model your game after? 
A:  I try to model my game after a bunch of players with different skills.

Q:  With Iron Mountain being so far up north, do you think that affects you and your team’s exposure in Michigan?
A:  I think as we’ve had more and more success, we’ve gotten more exposure over the last couple years.

Q:  What’s the best quality in your game? 
A:  My shooting and ball handling.

Q:  Toughest player you had to check was...? 
A:  Jaemyn Brakefield in practice last summer.

Q:  You have a lot of college offers, what schools are recruiting you the most?
A:  Southern Illinois, South Dakota State, Toledo, Western Michigan, and Wright State. 

Q:  When you choose a school for college, what’s most important to you when picking a program that fits your game?
A:  A family atmosphere, great culture, and style of play.

Q:  After the season, what part of your game do you want to work on?
A:  My overall athleticism and all facets of my game. 

Q:  Lastly, what do you want people to know about you and your game? 
A:  That I’m always working to improve and really enjoy playing the game.