With a 6-1, 220 pound frame and impressive 4.6 speed, Bowman has all the physical tools to be a dominating middle linebacker. Bowman plays linebacker and fullback for Hermitage High School, but expect to see him in the opposing team's backfield on the collegiate level.
The talented linebacker now has offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, Clemson, North Carolina, East Carolina, Purdue and Richmond. Expect that list to continue to grow over the coming weeks as South Carolina, Maryland and Pittsburg are also showing significant interest. "My top 5 has not changed," stated Bowman. Virginia Tech, Virginia, Clemson, Purdue and North Carolina continue to be the top 5 for Bowman.
Bowman camped at North Carolina two weeks ago and also made it up to Charlottesville for the Virginia camp just a few days ago. He will also join his teammates for a team camp at Richmond later this summer.
What factors will Bowman consider when determining where he will attend college? "How I get along with the players and the coaches. How I like the campus."
Do not expect an early commitment from Bowman plans to take his visits before making a commitment. We will keep you updated on this outstanding linebacker from Virginia, right up through signing day 2004.
LB Andrew Bowman
6-1, 220, 4.6
Hermitage High School
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