The talented cornerback from Northwestern H.S. took his official visit to Miami this weekend.
"It was straight," he said. "I really enjoyed myself. I like how the players stick together so well."
Bain said he was hosted by Andre Johnson and Jarrell Weaver. "Jarrell said he might start next season. Jermell is trying to recover and get rehabbed. He had a shoulder injury then a knee injury."
At 6-feet and 172 pounds, Bain said he was very impressed with the UM campus.
"They have a small campus and small classes," he said. "You can't go wrong with Miami."
So has Bain made a final decision yet?
"Nah, I'm still looking at N.C. State and Arkansas too. I'll probably make my decision on February 6."
Travarous Bain Interview
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