Canes, Noles lead for top OL

The Hurricanes and Seminoles continue to lead for one of
Florida's most dominant offensive line prospects.

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Bain, a 6-foot-4, 325-pound guard from Ely High School, says he's got
his summer camp plans set with his favorites in mind.
"I'll be at Miami and FSU," he said. "Those are my two
favorite schools, have been for a long time. I grew up rooting for Miami, and
they're the national champs and all, but I also like FSU and that program."
Bain, who boasts a scary combination of a 5.1 forty and
a 475 bench, said he received calls from seemingly "everybody in the country" in
May. "That last week was pretty rough," he added. "The phone was ringing
constantly. But it's good that they want you."
Joining the big two on Bain's current list are Stanford
and N.C. State. "I'm still trying to decide who the fifth school will be," he
said. "It's a tough decision. Maybe Oklahoma."
Bain helped open holes for one of the top running back
prospects in the Sunshine State last year, Tyrone Moss, who amassed more than
2,000 yards rushing.
He balances raw power with a good head on his shoulders,
stating the most important part of his college decision will be the quality of
the academic programs and the support the student-athletes receive.
"I'm going No. 1 for my education and a degree," said
Bain, who is interested in pursuing psychology or computer programming.
"Football is important, but my education comes first."