Devin Bowman has faxed in his LOI and becomes No. 12 for Georgia. A three-star athlete according to Rivals.com out of Ridgeland High School in Rossville, Georgia. Bowman selected Georgia while also holding offers from Georgia Tech, Clemson, and Notre Dame. Many schools recruited Bowman as a running back but he agreed to play cornerback for the Bulldogs. Bowman is listed at 6-foot, 175-pounds and is ranked as the No. 33 player in the state.
Bowman comes from a famous family of athletes. His brother Adarius Bowman was a wide receiver at Oklahoma State and is currently in the CFL. His brother, Michael Bowman, is currently a wide receiver at Alabama.
Georgia also announced the signings offensive tackle Xzavier Ward out of Coquitt County High School and Quintavious Harrow out of Carver Columbus. Both players are rated as three-star prospects by Rivals.com. Ward selects Georgia over Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, and Florida but held offers from over a dozen schools.
“I feel great about it,” Ward said. “I feel like it’s a great opportunity
Georgia offered Ward early but had to pull the offer back as they waited on roster moves to open up scholarships. They came around and offered again late last week and Ward jumped at the chance to become a Bulldog.
“Well, they called and offered me and I decided to take it this time,” Ward said. “I had an offer from them before but they filled up for a while, like Alabama and Auburn did. When Coach[Mike] Bobo called this time I told him I wanted to be a Dog.”
Quintavious Harrow of Carver Columbus makes it official and he will be a Bulldog next season. Georgia made waves with its scholarship offer due to Harrow being the best friend and teammate of highly recruited running back Isaiah Crowell. Harrow told the AJC that Georgia had been recruiting him for a long time but had held off on offering him until he obtained a qualifying ACT score.
At 6-foot, 185-pounds, Harrow is expected to play defensive back at Georgia. He has been timed with a 4.42 in the 40-yard dash.
“He’s got a lot of upside and potential that can be nourished and developed at Georgia,” McGee said. “Hopefully, he can develop into a great football player on and off the football field. Most importantly, he can get a free college education.”