Prep notebook: Douglass' Cayman Bundage chosen for All-America game

BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND RYAN ABER, Staff Writer, swright@opubco.com; raber@opubco.com Published: November 21, 2011
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Douglass lineman Cayman Bundage has accepted an invitation to the Offense-Defense All-America Game, which will be played Dec. 30 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Bundage, an Arizona commit and a four-year starter for the Trojans, has been a key player on four straight playoff teams, including the Class 4A state champions in 2010.

The 6-foot-2, 275-pound Bundage had an offensive line grade of 92 percent this season, adding 98 tackles and eight quarterback sacks in his senior year.

“Bundage has room to add weight and could potentially play on either side of the ball at Arizona, giving them a versatile athlete who I feel has a lot of potential,” said Josh Buchanan, director of player personnel for the Offense-Defense Game. “Arizona should be very excited to have a quality lineman who has been consistent and productive during his career.”

TRIER, STORM OPEN LOCAL SCHEDULE TUESDAY

The OKC Storm has been traveling to Texas and Missouri for basketball games this season, but Tuesday night brings their first live game in the metro area.

The Storm, an Oklahoma City-based homeschool team, features multiple top prospects, headlined by freshman Allonzo Trier.

Trier is a nationally known 6-foot-2 guard who has been viewed as one of the top college prospects in the class of 2015 because of his performances on the AAU circuit over the last few years.