An early verbal commitment to Arizona effectively ended the recruiting process for Bellflower (CA)…
Interest Increasing in Boyster
Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco offensive lineman Beau Boyster committed to Arizona back in May, but with the recent firing of Mike Stoops, he is keeping his options open and has been receiving attention from several other schools. "Basically, I'm still committed publicly but I'm open and basically looking at every school right now because I don't know who the coach is going to be," Boyster said. "And from what the A.D. has told me, we aren't going to know until late December." TCU, Oregon, Utah and Illinois are among a handful of schools that have shown increased interest in the three-star lineman as of late. "Right now a ton of schools are coming into the picture that I didn't even know about, like crazy schools that I didn't even think were going to recruit me," Boyster said. "I've had a really good senior film and started to break out a lot." Boyster will be busy with official visits in the coming weeks. He will visit Oregon on Dec. 9th, take a trip to Illinois the following week and also plans to visit TCU and Utah. "Coach (Steve) Greatwood is coming to my game from Oregon. He's been calling once a week, actually we've been talking almost every day," Boyster said. "I'm going up for a visit on Dec. 9th and he said he's supposed to offer then. "Right now TCU is recruiting me heavily. They're coming to my game next week. Coach Patterson, the head coach, recruited my dad out of junior college so we have a special relationship. He's like a mentor to my dad. That's somewhere we're really, really looking hard at. I really love that Texas area. I have family from there. "Illinois, they watch all my games online and email me every day. I'm the number one target on their recruiting board. So that's really cool. "Utah, they offered me and they've been recruiting me pretty hard." Once Arizona hires a new head coach, Boyster plans to meet with him before making a final decision on his future. "I'm definitely going to wait until I find out who the Arizona coach is," Boyster said. "My dad and I will drive out to Tucson or fly out, and meet with him and see how we feel him out."
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