"I loved how the corner backs played us one-on-one," Bowie said. "I love the offensive coaches and how they pushed us. I loved all of the drills that we did. I had a great time.
"I love all of these drills that we did. Since I didn't get the chance to go to practice, this is my chance to get my workout in and get better. I am just lifting weights on my own and working to get better."
The 2017 standout lined up on and off the line of scrimmage during his route running drills. Bowie reports that is comfortable in either situation.
"In high school, I play in the slot, but I think I might want to play on the outside in college," Bowie explained. "I like being able to play near the sidelines."
Bowie reports that his recent pledge to Alabama remains in place, but he is not ready to end the recruiting process just yet.
The Rebels will get the chance to host Bowie tomorrow as he continues his camp rounds. Once back in Morton, Bowie plans to really focus on the season and what his team needs him to do to help them win some big games this fall.
"I expect us to win it all and to go 10-0," Bowie said. "I am just trying to get everybody to stay humble, stay focused and work hard."