“It's changed by knowing I made the right decision, and now I get to focus more on bettering myself before I get to Texas,” Sterns said. “Counting down the days until I'm a Longhorn.”
Sterns talked about a few of his goals when he arrives at Texas.
“Some goals are that I will graduate,” Sterns said. “I will be a Jim Thorpe Award winner. We will win a national title along with Big12. Be one of the best DBs in the country and to ever come through Texas along with playmakers along with most versatile DBs in the country.”
Sterns had a message for all the Texas fans.
“Texas will have one of the top recruiting classes in 2018 and the best in Texas history hopefully,” Sterns said. “My message would be that this program is getting turned around.”
Sterns plans to visit May 28th to watch camp and June 10th maybe.
Sterns older brother' -- Jordan Sterns -- was a high-level college recruit who no plays at Oklahoma State, so the family pedigree is strong. Caden is just beginning to fill out a frame that will easily hold around 200 pounds. He is a prospect who could play receiver or safety on the next level and be very good at both. On offense, he is a natural playmaker with above average attributes in all areas. On defense, he is an aggressive and bold defender who will make receivers fear catching the ball in his area of coverage. He can run and covers ground quickly. His skills as a receiver make him a threat to make a big play for the defense in 50-50 scenarios. - Greg Powers