Participating for Canada, he was a top ten finisher at the junior world championships last summer.
And two-sport star is opting to do track first in college.
"He is going to UCLA on a track scholarship," said his father, Dean. "His first two years he will focus on track as he is a probable Olympic Decathlete for Canada in 2016."
Bornstein will sign with UCLA for track, putting football on the backburner for two years while he pursues the 2016 Olympics in Brazil.
"He will do football practice when he can his first two years and then his junior year he will only do football and then his senior and fifth year he will do football and track," said his father, Dean. "He will do the summer camps in his freshman and sophomore years."
Bornstein is a three-star ranked No. 56 nationally at tight end by Scout.com.