WR Aggadoria Bowers Profile
Arizona, Arizona State, Florida, Marshall, Miami, N.C. State, Pittsburgh
and Tennessee have offered.
He's still waiting to see if Clemson will come through with one. That
could happen next month at the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.
"When I went up there last year, I guess I didn't show them enough. When I
got up there this year, I'm going to come out there explosive and show
them what I can do," Bowers said.
The cousin of former Clemson defensive end DaQuan Bowers, the younger
Bowers is not dead set on continuing a family pipeline to the school.
"Quan, he talks to me. He told me about the school. He said it's a nice
place to be, but he hasn't really tried to grab me and put me on it,"
Aggadoria said. "He said the recruiting process is going to be
aggravating. He said, just because he went there, it doesn't mean I have
to go there.
"He said he's pretty sure that other family members are going to want us
to go there so we can start a little family tradition going on. I've got a
younger brother. He might be a football player. Right now, he's a pretty
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound prospect missed his sophomore because of an ACL
tear that he suffered last June. And it wasn't easy watching his teammates
from the sidelines.
"Seeing that, it hurts on the sideline. You start getting that itch and
just want to run on the field. It was tough," Bowers said.
Because he missed last season, Bowers is even hungrier for his junior
"People are expecting an explosion out of me, coming off the ACL tear.
I'll give them exactly what they're looking for," he said.
His goals for 2012 are simple.
"Catch the ball, score touchdowns and win a championship," Bowers said.
Bowers nearing double digit offers
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