Former Texas A&M outfielder Logan Foster confirmed to the Omaha World-Herald on Thursday he intends to follow former Texas A&M assistant and new Nebraska head coach Will Bolt to Lincoln. Foster took to twitter on Friday to confirm it.
“There was one thing that I could never deny in my heart and it’s that I have always bled husker red!” he said. “There is no better place to finish up my collegiate career than where it all started. I’m going back to my roots and the state that’s gave me so much. There is a lot of pride knowing I get to represent my home state. Let’s do something special Lincoln.”
Foster, a two-time All-Nebraska choice out of Lincoln Southwest, was recruited by Bolt to A&M. Nebraska hired Bolt to replace Darin Erstad.
Foster will have to sit out next spring, according to D1Baseball. He’ll be a redshirt senior in 2021.
The 5-foot-10, 190-pound Foster is a career .285 hitter across 168 games and 157 starts with the Aggies. He also had 33 doubles, 19 home runs, 101 RBIs and 11 stolen bases to go with a .464 slugging percentage and .357 on-base percentage.