Foster Jr. Signs Men's Basketball NLI

Nov. 9, 2017

SPOKANE, Wash. -- Gonzaga men's basketball head coach Mark Few announced the signing of Greg Foster Jr. to a National Letter of Intent Thursday.

Greg Foster Jr., 6-6, 174, Guard, Las Vegas, Nev. (Ed W. Clark)
Foster Jr. is listed as a four-star recruit by ESPN.com. He describes himself as a pass-first guard. Foster Jr. averaged 14.9 points during his junior season at Homestead High School.

Foster Jr.’s high school career started in Milwaukee, where his father, Greg Foster Sr., is an assistant coach with the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, but he will play his senior season at Ed W. Clark High School in Las Vegas. Foster Sr. played 13 season in the NBA with Washington, Atlanta, Milwaukee, Chicago, Minnesota, Utah, Seattle, the Los Angeles Lakers and Toronto from 1990 to 2003.

Foster Jr. selected Gonzaga over Saint Mary’s. He also visited Brown and Texas-El Paso. Foster Sr., a 6-11 forward/center, finished at UTEP after transferring from UCLA.

Few on Foster Jr.: “We’re excited to have Greg join the program. He’s a versatile guard that has a great feel for the game. He can really guard the ball. He’s an exceptional kid coming out of high school, with a tremendous upside.”

Foster Jr. on signing with GU: “I love the basketball culture that Gonzaga has already established, the coaches and the national schedule they play.”


 

 

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