If you thought Al Bundy’s four touchdown game for Polk High was legendary, then you’ll never forget D.J. Foster and the 10-touchdown game he put together Friday night.
Foster is a senior running back for Saguaro High School in Scottsdale (Ariz.) and he set a state rushing record with 508 yards against Peoria Sunrise Mountain in the first round of the Division III playoff.
Foster rushed for seven scores and caught three more. His 10 touchdowns in the game tied a state record. He also accounted for 60 of his team’s 81 points (they won 81-48). Foster now has 51 touchdowns on the season, which also ties a state record.
The 5’11″, 190-pound athlete is believed to have high interest in playing for Oregon or Arizona State. Right, as if Oregon needs another ridiculous running back to add to its arsenal.
We were impressed when Ray Lewis’ son ran for five touchdowns in a game. Foster doubled that.
Here’s a scouting video of Foster to see what he looks like: