Rose Hill’s Brady Foltz, who will be a senior offensive guard, has gotten scholarship offers from Colorado State and the Air Force Academy.
At 6-foot-4, 285 pounds, he has grown a couple inches and put on 25 pounds.
“I really like his work ethic,” Rose Hill coach Greg Slade said. “Besides growing quite a bit, he’s done a really good job of working on the fundamentals of being an offensive lineman. He’s spent some time doing footwork. And when his brother (Blaize who plays at TCU) was back, Blaize and their dad (Roger, who played at Wake Forest) … they’ve all three been working with each other and making themselves better.”
Foltz could play on the interior of the defensive line or at defensive end, depending on who steps up at defensive end, Slade said.
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Foltz plans to go to camps at Kansas State and TCU and might visit the Air Force Academy and Colorado State.