After taking his time throughout the process, Temecula (Calif.) Great Oak 2016 offensive tackle Bryson Cain has committed to Arizona.
“I feel very comfortable with Arizona and the staff,” Cain said. “The team is getting better all the time and now Coach Rodriguez has almost all of his players in there.
"Guys who really understand what he wants to do. There definitely is a strong culture there."
When looking for a school, development was a key factor for Cain.
“I’m just looking for a place where I can go and develop as an offensive lineman," he said. "I’m looking for scheme that is flexible, but also allows guys to play to their strengths."
It appears Arizona will be getting a player who is only beginning to realize his abundant potential.
“The best thing about me is that I’m big and can move," Cain said. "I’m too slender right now and I definitely need to add good weight, but coaches tell me that I have the kind of frame that will be able to put on weight.
"I think once I get to the college level, you will see me get a lot better. Football means a lot to me and I want to take this as far as possible.”