Offensive lineman Beau Boyster (Bellflower, Calif./St. John Bosco) has canceled his weekend visit scheduled to Oregon and said his commitment to Arizona is now rock solid.
Boyster committed early to Arizona but was planning to take a few of his official visits before making a final decision. Oregon was a childhood favorite, and he said an offer was likely to come if he took an official visit.
“I’ve decided not to take the visit, and I’m 100 percent committed to Arizona,” Boyster said. “I had a great visit last weekend and just really feel like it’s the best place for me. A big key was when they decided to keep the OL coach, Robert Anae. We had a great relationship, and I’m excited to play for him.”
Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood was planning to come in for a home visit with Boyster tonight but the lineman said that will no longer be happening.
“Coach Greatwood and I had a nice 15 minute conversation on the phone,” Boyster said. “I told him I was done with the process and happy with Arizona. He was happy for me and wished me luck. He said I’m going to be one of the best centers in the league if I keep working hard and if anything changes, to give him a call. He’s a class guy all the way but I’m very excited to be a Wildcat and ready to go.”