The Penn State Nittany Lions are getting a boost to their backcourt via the wonderful land of junior college basketball. According to several reports, Devin Foster has joined the 2014 Penn State recruiting class.
With the addition of Foster, Penn State only has one scholarship remaining for the 2014 class.
Foster, a 6-foot combo guard, is going to be a more than welcomed addition to the roster. With Tim Frazier running out of eligibility, Penn State is going to be desperate for players who can put the ball in the basket. Really, they are going to be desperate for any players that have an ounce of talent.
With only one scholarship remaining, PSU does have a few decisions to make. They can either see if another transfer is going to join the program, attempt to lure in a recruit, or save that bad boy for next season. Regardless, if Penn State wants to start regularly competing with in the Big 10, landing guys like Devin Foster is a solid start.
Foster came out of high school in 2012. Reports have varied, but he should have two years of eligibility remaining now that he is in Happy Valley.