One of the more intriguing situations in college football is recruiting battles between different schools. That was the case once again this past weekend with 2017 four-star wide receiver D.D. Bowie. After visiting with the Ole Miss Rebels, he decided to flip his commitment to Alabama and join the future 2017 class at Ole Miss.
Bowie definitely isn’t making friends with the Alabama football program with this decision. He will have to play Nick Saban in SEC action throughout his career, which will make those games even more important for him.
So far this season as a junior at Morton High School in Morton, Kansas, Bowie has been putting up huge numbers.
He has been playing multiple positions and has been a big piece in the passing game as well. Bowie has picked up 676 yards and 13 touchdowns on the ground, while racking up 704 yards and 10 touchdowns through the air. The ability that he possesses to play both positions is something that will make him even more dangerous at the college level.
At 6-foot-1 and 197 pounds, Bowie has a solid physical frame but will need to add on a bit more weight to reach his full potential at the next level. Ole Miss should feel very lucky to have stolen him away from the Crimson Tide and more than likely will see Bowie become a big key for their offense in the future.
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