High On The List
Brandon Bowling is a speedy slot receiver, he stands just 5’9”, 170lbs, but clocks an impressive unofficial 4.41 40 time. It's very rare that you see him being caught from behind. He currently holds 2 offers, Texas State and Sun Belt Conference rival, Arkansas State. The Bobcats have always been high on Brandon’s lists of schools, so becoming a Bobcat could be a possibility if everything works out. “I loved it. It's one of my top schools before they offered me, they are definitely high on my list. I loved the coaches, facilities and the atmosphere,” said Bowling. Texas State also offered teammate Jay Campbell, another inside WR during the junior day last weekend. They're also recruiting QB Grant Restmeyer and CB/FS Parker Noren, all teammates at McKinney Boyd. The staff will see more once they visit their spring practices. “I would love to play with a high school teammate, if they decide to go their then that could impact my decision, “ said Bowling. Sometime during the summer he would like to have his decision made on where he is going to continue his collegiate career. He has plans on going to SMU’s junior day on March 21st, Louisiana Monroe March 28th and Arkansas State as well.
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