Florida center staying in-state

Miami (Fla.) Killian offensive lineman Ian Bustillo has been on the verge of some big things for the past couple of months. He was selected to play in the CaliFlorida Bowl and played in an all-star game in Louisiana a few weeks ago. After a huge senior season Bustillo has reached the end of his recruitment.
"Ian took an official visit to Central Florida this weekend and gave him his commitment when he was up there," said Ian's father.
The 6-foot-2, 280-pound Bustillo runs the 40-yard dash in 5.1 seconds and plays offensive tackle for his high school team. However, he projects as a center on the next level.
"Coach O'Leary is a really good coach and I think Ian fits into his system really well," said Bustillo's father. "Ian had a great senior year and he has been working hard and playing with a chip on his shoulder. Coach Greene recruited Ian and did a really good job and we just felt real comfortable with him."
Bustillo was named to the 6A all-state team and also all-Dade County team.
"Central Florida offered him a month or so back and a lot of schools started showing him a lot of interest," Bustillo said. "They are only signing three offensive lineman and they want him to play center."