Texas Tech and Kliff Kingsbury have landed their quarterback for the 2018 class with the announcement of Grapevine (TX) signal caller Alan Bowman via Twitter on Wednesday.
Bowman was offered a scholarship by Kingsbury on Sunday after an impressive performance at Tech's camp in Lubbock.
"He said I threw the ball very well, that he was extremely impressed, and then he kind of just talked about the quarterback situation. After this year, he said I have a good shot to come in as a freshman and compete. He said they loved my film and that they want to offer me a scholarship, that they were really impressed and they wanted me to go there."
The 6-foot-2, 208-pound Scout three-star prospect is ranked as the No. 7 quarterback in Texas and No. 47 signal caller in the nation. Bowman passed for 3,240 yards, 42 touchdowns, six interceptions and rushed for 204 yards, three scores last season for Grapevine (10-2).
Bowman was the sixth commitment of Texas Tech's 2018 class, but the Red Raiders have since added Lancaster three-star defensive tackle John Graves giving the Red Raiders seven for the class overall and four in the past week.
Bowman chose Tech over offers from Cincinnati, Houston, Illinois, Iowa State and San Diego State among others.