"This was for the guys," Bain said. "This is such a great feeling. We fought and worked so hard. It's what we wanted. I wasn't here in 2010 but we lost [the state championship game]. We wanted to win this and give it to them and the school."
Bain, 6-foot-4 and 290-pounds, mainly played offensive tackle in this game. He helped protect quarterback Mike White, who led them back from 17-0 deficit.
"I can play either position in college," Bain said. "But I want to play defense at the next level."
Now the question for Bain is where will be play? He was a one time commitment to Florida State.
"It was best for me to back off that commitment," Bain said. "Things were crazy and I had to back off. But I did recently have an in-home visit with FSU. I also had one with LSU and they are coming back."
"Oklahoma was great," Bain said. "It was fun and they showed me a good time. Bob Stoops has a great program and they always win. It was a very exciting time for me.
"Marshall is my backup plan in case things don't work out with my SAT or grades. Plus, I know some kids there."
Who else is Bain looking at?
"LSU for sure and Louisville," Bain said. "They are both coming for in-home visits next week."
Bain also said he will make his decision on national signing day.