"It was a great trip. I had a great time," Bowman told Dawgman.com. "It really gave me a lot to think about.
"The honesty of the coaches and the staff there is just impressive. I'd already been there a lot, so I knew their facilities were top notch, but their honesty is really what stood out.
"Michael Kneip was my host and we already knew each other really well, so I just got to know some of the other guys and hung out with all of the players."
Bowman has been committed to Oregon State since the summer, but told Dawgman.com he wasn't sure if that was still going to be the case after the week.
"I am just not sure anymore," Bowman acknowledged. "I need to think about some things with my family and talk to them about it. I really loved my visit there and really have a lot of thinking to do."
Bowman said he's unsure if he will visit Corvallis or if he will just make a decision on his status and call it quits on the recruiting front.
We will continue to keep in touch with Bowman and will update news on him as it happens.
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