"It feels good," Foreman told Rivals. "Me making that decision, talking to coach (Jay) Norvell and my dad and my family about it I feel like it was a great decision for myself. I really like a lot of stuff about the program and the team and the offense. I feel like I can be a big part of that offense and I hope I can make a name for myself in that offense. They throw the ball a lot so why not go to a school like that."
The 5-foot-11, 170-pounder had been drawing attention from major programs, but Oklahoma was his first and only offer at the time of his commitment.
"It really wasn't just a first offer thing for me because if I didn't feel like Oklahoma was a good fit for me I wouldn't have put myself in this situation just because they're the first offer," Foreman added. "I'm pretty sure more offers will come but when you have a school like Oklahoma you cannot pass that up. I see myself fitting well in that offense and doing a lot of things at this school. I see myself trying to do punt and kick returns. A lot of things."
The Sooners have only 11 commitments for the class of 2013, two of whom are receivers.