Flowers was named second team all-conference. He will graduate in June '06 and will show up at his college of choice that fall with three to play two. A plus with him is that he could play on either side of the ball.
40 time: 4.35
High School: Inglewood
As a senior at Inglewood High School in California, Flowers starred on offense and defense. He rushed for 1,036 yards and had eight total touchdowns (five on kickoff returns). On defense, he had 78 tackles and three interceptions. Flowers was named second team all-league on both sides of the ball. He didn't qualify and headed to El Camino.
This fall, he has already rushed for seven touchdowns. "I have great speed and vision. I also have good awareness on the field."
Schools are recruiting him as a running back, but with his diminutive size and vertical jump, he could easily make the transition to a college corner.
Flowers does not have any written offers or visits scheduled, but there are plenty of schools showing interest. "I am hearing from Arizona, Kansas, Oregon State, Washington, Washington State, Mississippi State, and Cincinnati. My favorites would probably be Arizona, Oregon State and Washington State. I like the Pac-10 because those schools are closer to home for me."
The running back would like to major in Communications.