Boyster content with his choice

When Beau Boyster committed to Arizona in late April he thought recruiting would slow down but the Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco center has come to realize that other schools are not giving up on him.
It's a long way to National Signing Day but Boyster seems content with his decision.
The 6-foot-4, 285-pound three-star prospect is firmly committed to the Wildcats and said that isn't about to change. He's actually been trying to recruit teammates and other players to Arizona so his pledge looks like it's going to stick.
"I talked to coach (Mike) Stoops a couple days ago and I talk to my recruiting coach about twice a week and we have a good relationship," Boyster said last weekend at the Dana Hills Air Strike Passing Tournament.
"I'm helping to recruit, trying to get Bryce (Treggs) on board and we just got that tight end from (San Diego) Westview who's a four-star guy which is really awesome. I'm trying to get the recruiting train rolling."
Arizona State, Illinois, Nevada, TCU, Washington State and San Jose State have also offered Boyster, rated as the fourth-best center nationally, but once he visited Tucson he said he knew it was the right place for him.
"There is a great family atmosphere there and I really liked the offensive line coach," Boyster said.
"He just came over from BYU and he's an awesome dude. He's one of the most respected guys in the business and I want to be a coach someday so it would be awesome to be coached by him and maybe be his graduate assistant one day."
TCU recently offered Boyster, a 6-foot-4, 285-pound prospect, and he said Arizona State is also pushing hard but when coaches ask about his commitment he always delivers the same line - that he's happy with the Wildcats and plans to stay committed.
"I tell them I'm a Wildcat and that's my decision," Boyster said. "I think the only way I would de-commit is if the entire coaching staff disassembles.
"We had a scout day at our school where he had about 40 scouts out there and a lot of them understood but a lot of them still talk to me. I thought it would die down but I guess not."