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330-Pound Lineman, Brother of Former Aggie, Ready to Pancake SEC Defenses

Bryce Foster has done enough to indicate that he's ready to take his career to the next level. The offensive guard dominated at Katy Taylor High School and has been praised as one of the best players in the Houston area.

Foster received plenty of Division I offers as a massive human being and four-star recruit, and after careful consideration he decided to join head coach Jimbo Fisher and the Texas A&M Aggies. This group had an incredible 2020 and has the chance to make a pronounced leap in the SEC standings next year.

Bryce Foster Signs With Texas A&M 

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The Aggies had to contend with several other prominent programs for Foster's services, including Auburn, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, Oregon, and Texas. Who can blame them all for wanting a kid already standing 6-foot-4 and weighing a whopping 330 pounds?

The desire to remain close to home and play in the SEC was enough for the offensive lineman, and he committed and signed on his 18th birthday in December 2020. It looked like he couldn't wait until National Signing Day.

Take a look at Fisher's reaction to the news:

Foster became one of the more prominent signees in Texas A&M's recruiting class.

He's ranked the No. 5 offensive guard and No. 65 overall recruit in his class. He was also the 12th-ranked recruit in the state of Texas.

The COVID-19 pandemic upended the recruiting process, so the Aggies had a built-in advantage. Foster's brother, Braden Meador, played for the team's offensive line earlier in the 2010s, so the sense of familiarity was enough for him.

Texas A&M has never reached the College Football Playoff, but they are looking to build on a successful season with Fisher at the helm. Alabama, Georgia, and LSU are never easy to compete with, though.

Bryce Foster Highlights

Foster is a beast, plain and simple. He drives his blocking assignments away and helps create paths for his running backs with ease. He is listed as an offensive guard, but he shouldn't have trouble slotting over to offensive tackle if necessary. The 247Sports Composite pegs Foster as a four-star prospect with All-American potential.

In addition to his work on the football field, Foster is a track and field star. He participates in his school's discus and shot put events.

Offensive lineman Bryce Foster has a real chance to hear his name called in a future NFL Draft. The Aggies have recruited well during this cycle, and there should be plenty of opportunities for fans to watch a competitive football team.

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