At a recent press conference Kennesaw State University Head Coach Brian Bohannon mentioned his season expectations for Isaac Foster, saying “I would be highly surprised if he (Foster) is not a huge part of our success this year, he works his tail off, he is a leader by example, he just does everything the right way. Isaac is going to have a heck of a year.”
— Kennesaw State Football (@kennesawstfb) August 28, 2019
As a Freshman Foster racked up the following stats and accolcades (2018)
» All-Big South Special Teams First-Team
» Big South Special Teams Player of the Year
» HERO Sports Freshman All-America First Team
» Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 19, Oct. 15)
Played in all 13 games, making an impact in the backfield and on special teams … named the Big South Special Teams Player of the Year after becoming the first player in league history to record two 100-yard kickoff returns for touchdowns in the same season … was the only FCS and FBS player in the nation with two 100-yard kickoff returns for TD’s during the 2018 campaign … recorded the 100-yard kickoff returns against Alabama State (Sept. 15) and Gardner-Webb (Oct. 13) … was one of 15 players in Division I football (FBS & FCS) with multiple kickoff return for touchdowns on the year and one of two individuals to do it with fewer than 10 attempts … also did damage returning punts, returning 20 punts for 164 yards to rank No. 28 in the nation at 8.2 yards per attempt … in the backfield he rushed 29 times for 241 yards and one touchdown … caught two passes for 45 yards in the quarterfinals of the FCS Playoffs against SDSU (Dec. 8) … earned HERO Sports Freshman All-America First Team honors following his electric rookie season.
A running back out of Chattooga High School … a four-year letterwinner in football under head coach Charles Hammon … reached the 2016 AA Quarterfinals and finished with a record of 8-5 … finished his career at Chattooga as the all-time leading scorer in school history with 336 points … his 10-yard per carry average was the highest in the state among players with more than 100 carries … ranked fifth in total yards in spite of having the fewest carries among top-10 rushers … a four-time 7AA first-team Offense and two-time Region 7AA first-team Defense selection … one-time Region 7AA Offensive Player of the Year … as a junior, led team with 410 passing yards (31-of-62) … totaled 1,149 rushing yards and accounted for 15 TDs … also played safety, garnering 41 tackles and five pass breakups … out of the backfield, for his career, he totaled 3,243 yards on 421 carries … averaged 7.7 yards per game and 104.6 total yards per game … totaled 40 touchdowns in 31 games.
Full name is Isaac Chanceler Foster … born July 13, 1999 in Eastridge, Tenn. … son of Melvin Foster, Jr. and Tiffany Lawrence … has a twin brother named Isaiah … also has three other siblings named Darion, Faith and Daysa … majoring in accounting,