Player Spotlight: Brantwon Bowser

<STRONG>Interview with Maryvale Corner</STRONG>

Maryvale CB Brantwon Bowser has been seen as an athlete with great potential. Last season that potential started to come out and now has been seen by ASU, who offered him a scholarship. With a solid senior season, expect Brantwon to make some noise on a national recruiting level.


24-7: What were your stats from last season?

Brantwon: 32 tackles, 14 ball reflections and 1 blocked field goal.

24-7: What is your official height and weight?

Brantwon: 6'1 185.

24-7: What is your greatest football memory?

Brantwon: Making the first round of the playoffs.

24-7: What are your goals for the upcoming season? 

Brantwon: Have more than 6 interceptions, bench 300 and work on my hands.

24-7: How are you preparing for the upcoming season? Will you attend any camps this summer?

Brantwon: Work out all summer. I will try to attend the UofA, Texas Tech, and ASU camps this summer.

24-7: What aspect of your game have you really worked hard to improve? What area would you like to keep improving on?

Brantwon: My footwork and hands.

24-7: Who are some of your teammates that people need to watch out for? 

Brantwon: Deyon Bowser, Demetrius Stewart, Noah Burks, Juan Cruz, Henry Castro and Robert Allen.  There are also some upcoming juniors that should be watched out for Eric Williams, Michael Davis and Matt Walton.

24-7: Name one teammate you really respect and why? 

Brantwon: Deyon Bowser, my cousin, because we grew up together and have been through everything and when it comes to the field we are both really motivated and he's a hard worker.  Jermaine Williams also because he's been a big impact on my life.

24-7: What are your goals regarding playing football in college? 

Brantwon: To get a starting position and to work at an aspect that the coaches want me to be at.

24-7: Who is currently recruiting you? Do you have any offers yet?

Brantwon: ASU and UofA. (Early ASU offer).

24-7: Would you consider staying in state to play in college?

Brantwon: Yes.

24-7: What would your top 5 college choices be?

Brantwon: UofA, ASU, Michigan, UCLA and Texas Tech.

24-7: Who is the best player you ever played against? Why?

Brantwon: Mekell Wesley (Hamilton WR that signed with San Diego St) because he is a hard player and he made me step up my game, one of the best receivers out there.

24-7: Name one opponent who you really respect and why? 

Brantwon: Mekell Wesley he's a very hard worker and great receiver.

24-7: What other sports do you play?

Brantwon: Basketball and track.

24-7: What are your best lifts in the bench, squat, clean and 40?

Brantwon: Bench- 250, Squat- 360, clean- 240 and 4.4 40.

24-7: How do you think your coach would describe you as a player?

Brantwon: A hard worker always motivated lots and I bring a lot of intensity to the field.

24-7: Who is your favorite athlete and why?

Brantwon: Ray Lewis he has a hard work ethic and he plays defense.

24-7: What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?

Brantwon: Never put "I" over the team and never give up on my goals.

24-7: Tell us what can we expect from your team this season? 

Brantwon: To go farther than the first round in the playoffs and you will see a lot of returning starters.

24-7: What can a college program expect from you as a player?

Brantwon: Never giving up and working very hard.


We would like to thank Brantwon for his time and also thank Deyon Bowser for helping set up this interview. Anyone wishing to contact Brantwon may email

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