Three-star safety Tyler Foreman (Encino, Calif./Crespi) has decommitted from Wisconsin, according to multiple sources. He originally selected the Badgers in November, prior to Bret Bielema's departure for Arkansas.
It now appears that the 6-foot-2, 175-pound senior will remain in-state as California and UCLA have emerged as favorites for his signature.
Before picking Wisconsin, Foreman took official visits to Oklahoma (Sept. 21st) and Utah (Nov. 2nd). Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cincinnati, Colorado, Colorado State, Hawaii, Minnesota, Missouri, Oregon State and Washington are his other scholarship offers.
ESPN states in his evaluation, "Foreman not only is a very tough run defender but displays good zone coverage skills. Has the size and athleticism for the defensive safety position at the major level of competition. We see a strong frame capable of adding bulk over time."
Additionally, Foreman shined this offseason on the Nike Combine circuit posting an electronically-timed 4.63 40-yard dash, 4.26 20-yard shuttle, 34-inch vertical and 95.19 SPARQ.