Selected to wear No. 18 for the 2018 season ... Sure-handed tight end who can serve as a threat in the passing game ... Enters his senior season as the top returning tight end and leader on and off the field ... Punishing blocker that plays hard every snap ... Has seen action in 36 games and started 19 games … Heads into senior season with a chance at breaking into LSU’s Top 10 for receptions, receiving yards and receiving TDs by a tight end … In three years, has accumulated 30 receptions for 357 yards and four TDs … Graduates in December … Represented LSU at the 2018 SEC Media Day in Atlanta in July.
JUNIOR SEASON (2017)
Started all 13 games at tight end for the Tigers … Finished fourth on the team in receptions and yards with 24 and 278 respectively …. Tied for the most receiving touchdowns on the team with three … Caught two touchdown passes against Troy, becoming the first LSU tight end since Richard Dickson in the 2008 BCS Championship Game to catch two touchdowns in a single game … Had a career-long touchdown reception of 60 yards at Ole Miss … Totaled a career-high four receptions and 64 yards in the Citrus Bowl against Notre Dame.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016)
Hauled in a career-long 32-yard catch at Texas A&M ... Logged a nine-yard grab against Florida ... Made his fifth career start at Arkansas ... Had a career day with two receptions for 18 yards against Missouri ... Saw the end zone for the first time in his career after catching a three-yard shuffle pass at Auburn ... Made his first career reception, an 18-yard pass, against Mississippi State.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2015)
Played in all 12 games and made his first start at Syracuse ... Also started at Alabama and at Ole Miss ... Returned two kickoffs against Western Kentucky on short kicks ... One of seven true freshmen who saw action in the season opener at Mississippi State.
Rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports ... Finished his prep career with 87 catches for 1,210 yards and 15 touchdowns ... Hauled in 37 receptions for 550 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... Earned LSWA Class 5A All-State Honorable mention and LFCA 5A All-State Second Team ... Helped lead Jesuit to its first state title in more than 50 years as a senior in 2014 ... Caught 35 passes for 475 yards and six TDs as a junior and 15 receptions for 185 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore ... Averaged 14 points per game and 12 rebounds per game as the starting center on the basketball team his senior year ... Coached by Mark Songy.
Full name is Foster Hotard Moreau ... Parents are Tricia and Lyle Moreau ... Born May 6, 1997 ... Has three sisters – Sarah, Claire and Lilly ... Majoring in sport administration ... Chose LSU because he always dreamed of playing in Death Valley … His mom lettered in volleyball at Tulane in 1984 and 1985.
FOSTER MOREAU'S CAREER RECEIVING HIGHS
Points scored: 12 vs. Troy, Sep 30, 2017
Touchdowns: 2 vs. Troy, Sep 30, 2017
Receptions: 3, Two times (Last: Troy, Sep 30, 2017; First: Syracuse, Sep 23, 2017)
Receiving yards: 60 at Ole Miss, Oct 21, 2017
Long reception: 60 vs. at Ole Miss, Oct 21, 2017
FOSTER MOREAU'S CAREER KICK RETURN HIGHS
Kick returns: 2 vs. Western Kentucky, Oct 24, 2015
Kick return yards: 27 vs. Western Kentucky, Oct 24, 2015
Long kick return: 24 vs. Troy, Sep 30, 2017