The 5-foot-10, 175 pound speedy
corner out of
"It goes thru my mind all of the time that I could be out there with my brother, on kickoff return or on punt return," said Devin McDowell. "It's really good to know that I can do that, or even be on the other side of him on defense."
Running down the hill at Jack
Trice Stadium side by side with his bother would be great to McDowell. McDowell
has gone to numerous games in Jack Trice Stadium while watching
"I feel like I want to be out there with my brother. I love the crowd," McDowell said.
Right now it's a dead heat between
"I think that
Though McDowell's brother is a Cyclone, that is not the number one factor when it comes down to Devin picking a school.
"I want to go somewhere and make
my own name," McDowell said. "I don't want to go to
McDowell's senior season of high
school is going well as expected.
"I feel good," he said. "I feel like I'm doing my part and contributing to the team. I know that this year is my senior year and I really have to work twice as hard to make the best of it."