Cain Has Three Schools Out Front

Cain Has Three Schools Out Front

Numerous schools have recently inquired about the services of Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage defensive back, Desmond Cain, who has a handful of early scholarship offers on the table to choose from. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound defensive back's latest offer comes from the University of South Florida, who's the initial in-state school to pull the trigger with an offer.

After locating and making plays on the ball in the defensive secondary throughout his junior campaign, 2015 Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage defensive back, Desmond Cain, is always hungry for growth and willing to get better each and every day.

Even after recording seven interceptions for the 6-3 Stallions in 2013.

"I've just been working hard and trying to do the little things right," Cain said. "I'm just making sure I work on the things I need to improve on a little bit. I want to work on my hips and my footwork a little. That's pretty much it."

On the recruiting trail, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Bowling Green, SMU and South Florida have inquired about the services of the 5-foot-11, 180-pound defensive playmaker.

Cain's latest opportunity to receive a free college education came from the University of South Florida, who's the first team within state lines to salivate at the potential of Cain and jump in with a scholarship offer.

"I know that (USF) likes to pass the ball and it's my first in-state offer, so that's a big plus," Cain said. "(Defensive backs) coach (Ron) Copper is the one recruiting me. He's a real nice guy. He seems like a real laid back guy."

If a certain school out of the Southeastern Conference decides to step up and tender a scholarship offer to Cain, it would be a life-changing experience.

"I would have to say Florida," Cain said. "I grew up watching them and they've been one of my favorite teams. I have a teammate up there right now and he said he loved it."

It's far from over, but Cain has his mind wrapped around three scholarship offers that are currently on the table.

"South Carolina, Bowling Green and Cincinnati are my top three in order."

Cain wants to make his collegiate decision when the time is right, and doesn't have any plans to visit any schools in the near future.

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