Played on the top line of the Nanaimo Clippers of the BCHL during the 2003-04 season and was a highly touted recruit for Michigan Tech. However, Foote only played 13 games at Michigan Tech during the 2004-05 season, as he missed the last 24 contests with an undisclosed injury. In the 13 games in which he played, Foote accumulated 2 points (1 goal, 1 assist).
During Foote’s sophomore 2005-06 season at Michigan Tech, he played in 29 games and only tallied 2 goals, and he seemed to fall off the radar. However, the 2006-07 season this past year was a better one for the big winger. In 35 regular season games, he recorded 9 points. His adjustment to college play seems to have finally kicked in and he was the beneficiary of a better Michigan Tech team overall.
Always considered a fast skater for his size, Foote is a two-way player witha tenaciouos attitude on the ice. A team player with good hands, he should be putting up more points than he has thus far in his college career.
Foote has energy, size, and speed. However, the offensive production that he has shown at the college-level are borderline at best. The Rangers have quite a few third and fourth line prospects, and unless Foote shows more offensively this coming season, he is unlikely to be signed by the team.