Boyster solidifies commitment

Beau Boyster has been an Arizona commitment for a while now, but started to look at other schools. Where is he at in his recruitment now? How was his official visit? Read on to find out.

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco offensive lineman Beau Boyster has been one of Arizona's most vocal supporters. However, he started to look at other schools once Mike Stoops was let go and the status of Robert Anae was in question.

Boyster took the opportunity this past weekend to visit Arizona and came away as impressed as ever.

"The visit was real fun," Boyster said. "I got to meet Coach Rodriguez and hung out with the players a lot and it was really good."

The day that Boyster arrived to Arizona for his official visit, Arizona announced that it was keeping Anae as offensive line coach and the move has played a large role in Boyster's decision making process.

"I was real excited and feel I can basically end my recruitment because he is staying," Boyster said. "That was one reason why I was looking around and now that he is staying I am basically going to shut everything down. I told Oregon I was going to visit, but I cancelled it and my recruitment is at an end. I am fully committed to the University of Arizona."

While on his visit, Boyster had an opportunity to meet Rodriguez and the coach made a positive impression on him.

"He is a really cool guy," Boyster said. "We sat down and he talked to me about the offense and things like that. He told me the offense is going to be fast. I think it will be pretty good this year with Matt Scott."

One difference between this offense and the offenses Boyster has some knowledge of is that Boyster believes Rodriguez's offense will eventually be easier to run.

"I think it will be a lot simpler than most college offenses he could have explained to me," Boyster said. "Play calls wise, once you get the grasp of how it goes, you can go from there; it is nothing impossible."

Boyster has been to campus before and while he did not see too much that was new, he did have the opportunity to show the coaches around a bit.

"I was able to see what academics were like and how many days you have to go to tutoring and everything," he said. "It was kind of funny because when I was seeing the campus I was kind of explaining it to the coaches because Coach Calvin Magee and those guys had only been there for three days, so it was kind of like their campus tour too."

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