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Buffalo Adds D2 Star, Scoring Machine Armoni Foster

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On Wednesday, Buffalo picked up a big commitment from former Indiana University of Pennsylvania star Armoni Foster from the transfer portal.

Foster chose the Bulls over Towson, Morehead State, and Xavier.

Foster is a 6-foot-4 guard who played four seasons at IUP, dominating the competition. The Meadville, Pennsylvania native scored over 1,500 points and dished out 376 assists in his career there. This past season, Foster averaged a career high 33.7 minutes per game, averaging 18.3 points per game and hitting 41% of his shots. The 6-foot-4 guard also racked up 51 steals and 18 blocks on the defensive end in a stellar season.

After initially entering the portal, he was one of the most sought-after Division II prospects that we have seen in the portal in recent years. He heard Alabama, Missouri, South Carolina, Elon, Fordham, UTEP, Duquesne, Buffalo, St. Bonaventure, Charleston, UNC Wilmington, Stetson,  Illinois State, Sam Houston State, Ohio, Morehead State, Towson, Prairie View A&M, and more, and now has chosen Buffalo out of that list.

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George Michalowski co-founded The Portal Report in 2022 with the goal of creating a media outlet completely focused on the transfer portal recruiting scene. In addition to his role with The Portal Report, Michalowski now works for Pittsburgh Sports Now as the site’s Pitt basketball beat writer and PrepHoops as a Pennsylvania high school basketball scout.

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