The Penn senior adds some measurables to an impressive NFL prospect resume.
This year's group features five former players and includes Saint Joseph's athletic director Don DiJulia as his long tenure on Hawk Hill ends.
With four starters returning and some talented players from the current freshman class, the Quakers should be major Ivy League contenders next season.
Penn will not only miss the production of Foreman, but his leadership as well.
The Ivy League champions put an early scare into Kansas, but the Jayhawks didn't tremble.
Penn had trouble containing Kansas point guard Devonte Graham, who scored 19 of his 29 points in the first half.
Penn threw an early scare at Kansas, but Devonte' Graham took over the show.
The Quakers are second in the nation in three-point field goal defense and will be challenged by a Kansas team that is 13th in three-point field goal percentage.
The Quakers were pleasantly stunned to see how many people turned out to see an open practice the day before they face Kansas.
Self also said center Udoka Azubuike is not likely to play against Penn as he recovers from a knee injury.
Both men played at Penn in the '90s, and were recruited to the school by current coach Steve Donahue when he was an assistant under Fran Dunphy.
Penn heads to the NCAA tournament with the most game-experienced group of guards in college hoops. Some of that experience is in its pickup games.
After playing a total of two minutes over the final 10 games last season, Wood is a double-digit scorer off the bench.