Super OL Favors UM

This talented offensive line prospect currently favors the Hurricanes over a host of others. Read on to find out why he likes Miami, what he's saying about some teammates that are also being recruited by UM, and a comment on a recruit from another high school.

At 6-foot-3 and 330 pounds, Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely standout offensive lineman Andrew Bain has helped pave the way to a 5-0 start this season.

"We're still ranked No. 1 and that's all that matters," Bain said. "Our goal is to go undefeated and win the state championship. We've gotten to a good start. They have me down for 19 pancakes and 16 metros."

Bain, who is fully qualified inside the classroom, said recruiting is also going well.

"It's all going well," he said. "I'm just trying to take my time with the whole thing. I'm in no rush to make any decisions. A lot of people ask where I'm going. I just want to take my visits then make that decision. The only trip I have for now is N.C. State on December 6."

The talented offensive lineman was asked which other schools he plans to visit.

"My four other visits will probably be Miami, Florida State, Ohio State, and Stanford," he said. "Miami's still on top. They're my No. 1 right now. They're having a great season. They were the best last year and won it. They're the best this year and I think they're going to win it again. It's a great school with a great offensive line coach. The four of us [along with teammates Cyrim Wimbs, Tyrone Moss, and James Martin] might go there together. A lot of schools would be mad but that's how it goes. We all like Miami."

Bain said he and his teammates took in the Connecticut game this past Saturday.

"We all went down there and enjoyed another game," he said. "I saw some other recruits there, too. I saw some kids from Miami Central. They have a defensive lineman that I remember from the camp [Bryan Pata] that was real good. He's talking about going to Miami too."

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