Since entering the transfer portal last week, IUP transfer guard Armoni Foster has seen his recruitment blow up, and rightfully so.
Foster played four seasons at IUP, averaging at least 18.3 points per game in three of them. In his four years, the Meadville, Pennsylvania native scored over 1,500 points and dished out 376 assists in his IUP career. This season, Foster averaged a career high 33.7 minutes per game, averaging 18.3 points per game and hitting 41% of his shots. The 6-foot-4 guard also racked up 51 steals and 18 blocks on the defensive end in a stellar season.
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This week, he told Pittsburgh Sports Now that he heard from the Duquesne staff, among other teams, since entering the transfer portal.
In the area, we have already seen Cal U’s Philip Alston blow up on the division one recruiting scene. Now, with Foster hearing from more than 18 schools within just days of entering, he becomes another example of the positive effect of the transfer portal on a player’s career.
For the complete list of schools reaching out to Foster, check out The Portal Report below.