"I'm working on getting more offers," Bomar told Dawgman.com after the NW NIKE camp was finished in Eugene, Oregon. "I wanted to come out here and show what I was made of. Hopefully I did the job right and I will get some more coming in. I've got one from U-Dub and ASU said that I should be getting one pretty soon."
Tahj ran a 4.58 40, 4.3 shuttle, repped 185 pound 18 times and jumped 31.3 inches
in the vertical leap. "I think I had a good camp overall," he said. "I learned to
make sure you make your reads and the one-on-ones are the greatest part. You
get to show your stuff and cover running backs, guys that I had to guard that are
going to make it to state. I think I still dominated them though. I'm good to go."
Bomar will be back in Eugene the 16th for the Oregon team camp, then a week later
will be at the Washington camp. In July, Tahj will be attending his team camp at
UPS. It's all being done in an attempt to hone his skills on the gridiron. "I'm
ready to play," he said. "Senior year is coming up, gotta do big things, go to big
places. I'm ready."
NW NIKE camp report - Tahj Bomar
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