YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Warren Harding graduate Dom Foster is leaving Syracuse University.

The freshman wideout made the announcement social media after just 10 games with the Orange.

“First I would like to thank God & Syracuse for giving me the opportunity to do what I love the most,” says Foster in the post. “I’ve made many great relationships during my time at SU that will last a lifetime.”

“After a deep conversation with my family I have decided I will be entering the transfer portal in December”, Foster added. “I’ve used this season as a redshirt year and will have 4 years of eligibility remaining.”

Foster recorded 67 career receptions at Warren Harding, and finished with 1,453 career receiving yards and 18 touchdowns. During his senior year. he amassed over 1,700 all-purpose yards and 21 total touchdowns on offense, defense and special teams. He was also a member of the WKBN Big 22 in 2021.

Foster owns five school records including kick return touchdowns in a season and career, receiving touchdowns in a season and most 100-yard receiving games in a season and career.

Foster has not appeared in the first 10 games this season. Syracuse is (6-4) overall this year with two regular season games remaining.