"[Dawsey] was just telling me more things that I need to work on, technique. He said I run great routes and get off the jam well, but he was telling me some more things that could make me a little more crisp."
Cain doesn't know what position he'd like to play at the next level. But a decision on that will come later.
"That is something I will figure out down the road," he said. "But I am not worried about it right now."
Auburn, Indiana and Florida State have shown heavy interest. And given Cain's relationship with Dawsey, FSU might be in a good spot if it decides to issue an offer.
"He's a good coach," Cain said. "He's a really good coach."