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Published: Monday, Oct. 1 2012 3:00 p.m. MDT

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Olympus Cove, Utah

Sad news for Utah basketball. Good luck David and hope you get a chance to fulfill your dream of playing professionally.

Sandy, UT

Did it ever start?
Poor kid...
Another talented kid gone to waste at the J.C. program on the Hill.
And I don't mean Westminster.

Layton, UT

Good luck David

Highland, UT

I feel badly for this kid. That is a terrible way to have your career end. These types of foot problems are pretty common in extremely tall people, there is just a lot of stress put on their feet. Good luck David, I hope you are able to get healthy enough for a shot at a pro career.

Qwest Perfected
Salt Lake City, UT

I feel bad for Foster he is a good defensive player and a great person. This young Utah team could have used him both on the court and his leadership and maturity off the court.

I wish him the best in the future wherever that may take him.

@bluto - this is not the article to take a cheap shot. Grow up.

Go Utes!

So. Cal Reader
San Diego, CA

I know this kid comes from a great family but ...... "I will have surgery on my foot and I plan to continue my basketball career at the professional level after this year." And this young man actually thinks he has a shot, as injury-prone as he's been? Dude expects to run up and down the court, plant, move, etc. with a chronically bad foot? I'm all for supporting goals and ideas, but perhaps a little bit of a reality check is in order here.

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