Bowman Eager With Gophers New Offensive Look

Speedy in-state wide receiver Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman makes it up to Minnesota for the third time the last two weeks and talks about his time at their spring game and more!

The Gophers held their annual spring game this weekend and saw many recruits on hand to take in the action. One of those prospects were Minneapolis (MN.) Bruce School junior wide receiver Ramaud Chiaokhiao-Bowman and talks about his third time on campus in the past few weeks.

“It was fun,” Bowman told GopherDigest. “Nothing to major, just talking to the staff as usual and got to see the Gophers in action after seeing them work for the past two weeks. I talked to the recruiting coach and he was just checking up on me, seeing how my family and I were doing, school and my current sport in track.”

With the Gophers this season looking to install a no-huddle into their offense that has made players definitely work harder and during the spring game saw Minnesota air it more, which intrigued the speedy 6-3, 188-pound local wide out.

“They looked like a team with a lot of potential and young talent,” said Bowman. “They looked like a team that will be doing big things this fall. Oh for sure I could see myself fitting into their offense because the team I have been on runs the no-huddle and I enjoy that type of offense.”

After another visit to Minnesota, where is his interest level in the hometown Gophers.

“I’m still interested, but as of now I’m just trying to keep getting better and produce when it is time to produce.”


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