Temecula (Calif.) Great Oak offensive lineman Bryson Cain has been committed to Arizona for a while now, but remains excited.
“I love the overall school and football program,” Cain said. “I talk to Coach Michalczik multiple times a week I’m pretty close with him.”
Cain plays tackle, yet believes he can play at numerous spots on the line.
“Honestly I think I will fit in where ever they need me,” Cain said. “This season I’ve been working on my versatility.
“I’ll play any position they want me to as long as it helps the team.”
One of Arizona’s main pitches to Cain was location and he doesn’t hesitate to say it played an important role in his decision.
“It was a huge factor in my decision making process,” Cain said. “If it wasn’t for Arizona I would probably be going to a different school on the East Coast.
“Also, in the PAC-12 you play all of the huge teams and you couldn’t ask for anything better”.