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McKinney Boyd wide receiver Brandon Bowling has already committed to Arkansas State, but like all seniors, this cannot become official until he signs his Letter Of Intent (LOI) next February.

Prior to making his commitment, Bowling was also drawing interest from SMU and Texas State. The speedy 5-9, 164-pound slot receiver caught 50 passes for 574 yards and four touchdowns and had 28 carries for 117 yards and one touchdown in his junior season.

Bowling, who has posted a 40-yard dash time of 4.42 seconds, was named a 1st team all-district wide receiver for 6-6A after his 2014 season. He is also ranked number 92 on SportsDay’s top 100 of the 2016 recruitment class.


What’s most impressive about him, is that he plays in all three phases of the game. Not only is he an offensive threat to score with the ball, while playing safety and making an interception, he can take it to the house as well. Oh and did I mention he can return kickoffs for scores as well? The kid is just a scoring factory. Just plug him in and watch him light up the scoreboard.

After helping his team earn a 8-2 record in 2014 and making it into the second round of the playoffs, I’m sure he and his teammates are ready to make another run at a state championship in 2015.

The list just continues to grow. I hope you realize how much talent is all over this great state and get a chance to make it out to see some of them. I know I will!

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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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