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Turning The Tables To Success | Chase “CT” Foster II

Turning The Tables To Success | Chase “CT” Foster II

Chase “CT” Foster ll 2028 DE/DT


The season went well for Foster as he played for his middle school (Bennett’s Mill) and youth football (Central Dekalb Dream Chasers). His middle school went from only winning one game last year to making it to the playoffs this year.


“I was really proud of how well we did. In middle school I learned new positions and had a lot of playing time. Youth football I did good as well. I focused on defense and was able to be impactful on one side of the ball.” Says Foster.


Last off-season Foster couldn’t do much due to him getting injured in the spring, so he missed out on a lot of training and conditioning.


“This off-season I plan to train with the high school and begin learning their game plan to prepare for freshman year. One of the high school coaches told me I need to be 220lbs so I plan to add muscle during off season too.” Foster says.


“Next season I’ll be in high school and plan to earn my way onto the field as a starter whether it’s with the JV or Varsity team. I want to be impactful and get better in my position as defensive end. I want to be able to set the tone for my high school by coming out strong, aggressive and eager to learn from my coaches and teammates.” Foster said.


You can certainly count on Foster to make an early impact in his high school career and become a big name player. His work ethic and determination coming back from a small setback with an injury is only one of many reasons why he will be an impact player for years to come.


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