Cain helps lead the Blinn attack

When you lead one of the most potent attacks in the country, it's not hard to get noticed, but Blinn QB Terrance Cain (6-1, 195) is still flying a bit under the radar at this point. caught up the playmaking signal-caller and he updated us on the Buccaneers' season as well as which schools have him in their sights.

After an outstanding high school career at Houston's North Shore High School, Cain decided to head to Blinn when he figured out he wouldn't qualify.

"Blinn is a great school and they have a great program," Cain told recently. "They are always at the top and they were my only offer, so I made the decision to come to Blinn."

While Cain can use his athleticism and 4.6 speed to be a threat with his legs, it's his passing that has been more effective.

So far this year Cain has completed 70.5% of his passes for 1,648 yards and 14 touchdowns with six interceptions.

"I feel like I can be a threat passing it and running it," Cain said. "What sets me apart from the other QBs out there is that I can escape trouble, but I'm not always looking to run, usually I am looking to pass it after I escape."

So far Cain's playmaking abilities have led the Bucs to a 6-1 record and schools have taken notice of what he can do with the rock in his hands.

"Texas Southern is my only offer right now, but a couple of other schools like me too," Cain said. "Sam Houston State, Memphis and Utah are all recruiting me.

"Utah hasn't offered yet, but they have already told me they want me to visit in December and Memphis said they are looking for me to visit then too."

Cain will be able to sign in December and wherever he ends up he'll have three years to play two once he steps on campus.

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