James Foster is heading to Aggieland. The four-star dual-threat quarterback committed to Texas A&M on Wednesday, on National Signing Day.
Foster, from Sidney Lanier High School in Montogmery, Alabama, originally committed to Missouri Tigers in April 2017. He de-committed in October and gained more attention from Power-5 programs during his senior season. Foster threw for 2,550 yards and 30 touchdowns to three inceptions in 2017.
The 6-foot-3, 210-pounder Foster was the highest rated quarterback left uncommitted after college football’s first Early Signing Period in December. He opted to wait until February and chose the Aggies over defending national champion Alabama, Florida State and LSU.
Foster will be joined in Aggieland by his cousin Tank Jenkins. The four-star offensive lineman picked Texas A&M over Ole Miss and Oklahoma. Jenkins, from Park Crossing High in Montgomery, is ranked the No. 9 offensive guard in the nation by 247Sports.com and No. 5 player from the state of Alabama.