Douglass OL Cayman Bundage sticking with commitment to Arizona
Douglass lineman Cayman Bundage still had some reservations about his verbal commitment to Arizona, but a trip to the campus and a meeting with new coach Rich Rodriguez gave him all the information he needed to reaffirm his decision to stick with the Wildcats.
“You can tell he’s a good coach from his record,” Bundage said. “Then when I met him, he’s a people person. We bonded real well and that was a plus. I think he’s gonna be good. We’re gonna have a productive season, I can tell.”
Bundage committed to Arizona in the summer and stayed committed after Mike Stoops was let go in October. But he was looking at other options until his trip to Tucson, Ariz., last weekend.
“There were some questions I had, and I got them answered,” said Bundage, a 6-foot-2, 275-pound interior lineman. “The O-line coach (Robert Anae) stayed on the staff, so I’ll still be playing for the same line coach.”
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