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Arlington Bowie Dual Threat Hawkins is no average wideout

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Anthony Hawkins
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Arlington Bowie wide receiver Anthony Hawkins is a 5-11, 180-pound dual threat one man wrecking crew. What I mean by that, is that he is not only dangerous catching the ball, he can also run it out of the backfield with bad intentions for the defense.

Currently, he holds offers from SMU, Arkansas State, Utah State and Texas State and is getting interest from Oklahoma State as well.

In his junior season with Arlington Bowie, Hawkins accounted for a total of 973 yards from scrimmage and a total of 15 touchdowns. He caught 20 passes for 532 yards and seven touchdowns with an outstanding average of 26.6 yards per catch. He also ran for 441 yards and eight touchdowns, with an average of 10.3 yards per carry.


Hawkins is ranked number 93 on the list of the top 100 recruits by SportsDay.

Along with football, Hawkins also runs track and field for Arlington Bowie, which help him with his speed on the field and it shows in his 40-yard dash time of 4.5 seconds.

He has stated that he’s played football since the age of six and since scoring his first ever touchdown, his goal was to play in the NFL. He wants to set good examples and become a positive role model to his peers and would like to make his family proud.

I’d say that he is well on his way for all of those goals. This is yet another talented young man to keep an eye out for when the 2015 season opens in the fall.

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Jeff Cerda is the founder and editor at Heel/Face Wrestling, and is also a reporter for Texas Redzone Report, Bobcats Insider and FightScribe.com.

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