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October 23, 2014 at 11:13 AM

Bellevue guard commits to Boston U

Bellevue point guard Kyle Foreman committed to Boston University earlier this month. The 6-foot-1, 155-pound two-star prospect, as rated by ESPN, made the decision on Oct. 5 after taking a visit.

Foreman, the reigning KingCo 3A/2A MVP and Defensive Player of the Year, chose Boston over Columbia, Hartford and UTEP, saying the offense was a good fit.

“They kind of run their team around the point guard and they like the fast break and they got a fast team,” Foreman said. “They set a bunch of on-ball screens to let the point guard create. That’s what I like to see and that’s kind of my style, too.”

Foreman also said he had the opportunity to play in an open gym with current players when he took his visit and liked the team chemistry. Being in a city like Boston, also didn’t hurt.

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