Though his football season has been over for more than a month, Douglass lineman Cayman Bundage is still mired in the frustration of not winning a championship in his senior year.
“I just can't stop thinking about not winning the championship,” Bundage said. “That's the main thing that sticks with me right now.”
Bundage did his part in trying to accomplish a second consecutive state title for Douglass. In his senior year, he graded out at 92 percent as the most reliable blocker in the Trojans' run-based offense to earn his spot on The Oklahoman's All-State team.
He made 51 career starts on the offensive line with a grade of 91 percent. Over his career, Douglass averaged 326 rushing yards per game.
Defensively, he had 98 tackles, eight sacks and 21 quarterback hurries as a senior, bringing his career totals to 277 tackles, 16 sacks and 55 hurries.
Bundage slimmed down from 295 pounds to about 270 from his junior season to this year, and it helped him climb up the recruiting charts to become one of the state's most sought-after linemen.