By Joe Henricksen

Alex Foster's transfer to Seton is official

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By Joe Henricksen

Less than a week after departing from De La Salle, Alex Foster is officially a part of the Seton Academy basketball program. The 6-7 senior officially enrolled at the south suburban private school on Wednesday.

Foster, who is regarded as one of the top players in the Class of 2013 in Illinois and has double-digit Division I offers, has been a fixture at De La Salle since joining the varsity as a freshman. He now joins a Seton Academy program that went 10-0 in the Catholic League last season, won 28 games and finished fourth in the state in Class 2A. The talented senior will bring added size and a bonafide low-post presence for coach Brandon Thomas.

With the arrival of Foster, Seton figures to be one of the top 2A teams in the state again this winter. The Sting return a pair of solid guards in seniors Mark Weems and Kamal Shasi. Weems and Shasi averaged 15 and 11 points a game, respectively, this past season.

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