Southern California OL Cole Sain Hearing From Ivy League and Academy Programs

If you're looking for a sleeper offensive lineman who could make some noise this spring/summer, keep your eye on Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco guard Cole Sain.

Cole Sain played his junior year at Riverside (Calif.) King before transferring in to Bosco this off-season.

As a result, he is flying a little below the radar on the recruiting front but a quick look at his tape and it's easy to see he can play. Sain is an interior lineman who plays guard but could slide inside and play center in college as well.

He moves well, has quick feet, can get to the second level and can finish. He's a physical kid with sound technique and is very strong. He is already drawing raves from the Bosco coaches for his work in the weight room with some calling him one of the strongest players on the team.

As colleges pour in to Bosco this spring, Sain is a player who should get a lot of looks. He has a solid frame at 6-4, 280 pounds and has the athleticism needed to play at the next level. 

Sain is also an excellent student and is drawing interest from Ivy League programs like Columbia and Yale and is also hearing from a few of the Academies' including Air Force and Army plus UCLA .

To hear more from Sain including his summer plans and timeframe for a decision, check out the video above: Top Stories