The workout, as part of Alabama's second day of prospect camp sessions, confirmed the verbal offer UA extended his way earlier in the cycle.
"Nick Saban asked me if I really wanted to commit, and I said, 'yes sir,'" Bowie said. "He told me to make sure I did well at school and that I gave my best on the field today.
"They (Alabama) gave me the full offer today. Coach (Bo) Davis told me I had the offer. I got it with my routes and with my 40."
Adding that the time was right at 4.4 seconds while in Tuscaloosa, Bowie said the decision was of the spur of the moment variety despite familiarity with the Crimson Tide program.
"I just feel comfortable here," he said.
Bowie is Alabama's second class of 2017 commitment and the first since five-star running back Najee Harris broke the ice on A-Day, April 18.