Douglass lineman Cayman Bundage picks Arizona
Douglass offensive lineman Cayman Bundage gave his verbal commitment to Arizona, coach Willis Alexander told The Oklahoman on Wednesday.
Bundage, 6-foot-2, 280 pounds, also had scholarship offers from Missouri, Arkansas, Tulsa, North Texas.
A tackle for the Trojans’ powerful rushing attack, Bundage is likely a guard or center in college. He started at center for Douglass as a freshman, but moved outside for his sophomore and junior seasons, because that’s where he was needed most.
During his three seasons, Douglass has been among the most dangerous run offenses in the state, reaching the Class 4A state championship game two straight years and winning it last fall.
Arizona has been looking hard for offensive linemen in Oklahoma, also extending offers to Guthrie’s Blake Belcher and Putnam City North’s Daniel Burton.
I’ll have an update later today after I get the chance to talk in detail with Bundage and Alexander about the decision.
– Scott Wright, email@example.com
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