Draft Profile: BioBryce Foster from Taylor High School was rated a 4-star recruit by ESPN and handed a 4-star grade by 247 Sports. Following high school, Foster opted to join Texas A&M.
In 2021 as a freshman Foster saw action in 12 games and played a total of 752 snaps for the Aggies. He allowed an unipressive 17 QB hurries, one QB hit, and 3 sacks while playing at center.
As a sophomore in 2022 he played in 4 games and a total of 253 snaps. He conceded 5 QB hurries, one QB hit, and no sacks while playing at center.
Scouting Report: Strengths
- In the run game, he comes off the snap quickly, although there's room to improve his hand placement. He understands angles and displays impressive footwork in moving to the second level, usually getting in position to deliver blocks.
- Made Bruce Feldman's Freak's List - ranked #51. He wrote "Back in high school he could bench-press more than 400 pounds, and the 6-5, 325-pounder has only gotten more powerful. Foster, a sophomore, is an elite shot putter with a personal record of 64’ 8.75”, which ranks fifth best all-time for the Aggies."
- He's a big athlete with good bulk and a filled-out frame. Stays balanced and doesn't overextend in pass protection. Demonstrates discipline with good bend and leverage.
- While he might fit better in a zone-blocking approach, he does have scheme versatility and the football IQ and instincts to hold up as a starter just about anywhere in the league
- Our player has long arms that allow him to survive as a pass protector on the edge, and he typically plays with good balance.
- He's a smooth mover and covers a lot of ground, working hard to mirror rushers; agile and keeps his feet moving.
- With a naturally wide base, thick build, and good length, he covers a lot of ground with his initial kick slide. Shows quickness to set up quickly with enough lateral shuffle to mirror and mobility to get to the second level.
Scouting Report: Weaknesses
- While he has heavy hands, he often struggles with hand placement, shooting too high and failing to take full advantage of his natural strength.
- He might have trouble with elite quickness at the next level.
- He’s good but maybe not great in a phone booth. Can move defenders at the point of attack, but at times he comes up high and seems satisfied with just walling defenders off rather than dominating them.
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