"Damiene is a picture of consistency. He gets a double-double almost every night," Hilliard [Coach at Westlake] said. "He rebounds as well as anybody. He is not a power rebounder, but rather an instinctual rebounder. He gets a ton of rebounds against much taller and sometimes bigger opponents.
"Our goal this year is to try to get him a little bit out of the post and extend himself a little bit. There is no player in the country that is better fundamentally in the post. Damiene has great footwork and a little jump hook and the moves and he can do that in his sleep. He just needs to get outside that box, because 6-foot-7 post players are kind of rare. It is time to move out."
From his ESPN bio:
Cain is a tremendous competitor who gives an honest effort each time out. He has developed some nice face-up skills including a smooth 3-point shot. In the paint area he plays much bigger than he is and his foot work and feel around the basket is quite good. He does a tremendous job of using his body to convert over players taller than him.
From an ESPN article on The Double Pump West Coast All Star Camp:
Although Cain is an undersized 5-man, he has definitely progressed since the regular season. He uses his strong frame, long arms, and savvy to score over taller bigs including a couple of nice turn around jump shots on 6-9 John Ryan. His feel is tremendous and he is a very astute passer out of the post. In addition, he nailed a spot-up 3-point jump shot and his stroke looked pretty smooth. Overall, he competes each and every time out and is an advanced player for his age.