"I’m a go getter, I like the deep balls, but I am really starting to like the come backs and over the middle routes. Butler (CC) has really helped me work my way into being an overall wide receiver. I have to say though, I am a player maker, when the ball is in my hands it is something special," said Bowens on what type of player he is.
Kwamane has flown under the radar after not playing last season, with Texas State and North Dakota University showing the most interest. He says that his year at Butler has really given him an opportunity to transform his body and is more than ready to compete again at the next level. He's put on over 30-pounds of muscle since his freshman year at Hawaii.
"The Butler program does a great job of getting us in the weight room. Coach Bret makes us get a lot of work in, taking care of our body, and eating right. Its helped me a lot, I remember back in the fall how it felt. Hits take less of an impact and I am able to run through a lot more tackles," said Bowens.
Bowens wants to have his mind made up on where he will make his new home as soon as possible, so that he can focus on "over qualifying" his grades before the official transfer. He will have three years left to play three seasons, and is being recruited by the Bobcats to play wide-out. Kwamane currently has not set up any other visits with any other schools at the present time.