Rising Junior at West Chester East Starting to Pile Up Scholarship Offers

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Max Bowman, an offensive tackle and rising junior at West Chester East High School, has received a scholarship offer from the University of Pittsburgh. Image via Pittsburgh Sports Now.

Max Bowman, an offensive tackle and rising junior at West Chester East High School, has received a scholarship offer from the University of Pittsburgh, writes Mike Vukovcan for Pittsburgh Sports Now.

The 6-foot-6, 290-pound Bowman – a three-star recruit who has already received offers from Michigan State, Cincinnati, Central Michigan, and Massachusetts – was thrilled to receive Pitt’s offer.

“This was a huge deal, huge deal,” he said. “I’m thrilled and feel blessed that I’m in a position to receive an offer like this. I definitely feel as though I have someone watching over me.”

He said that he believes the offer is a reflection of him “putting in hard work, having good tape out there.”

Bowman also thinks that the offer has more to do with his mindset and work ethic rather than his on-field strength.

“I think coaches look to coach projectable athletes and athletes that they know are hard workers and players that they can put into their program, develop, and are willing to learn what they’re being taught,” said Bowman.

Read more about Max Bowman at Pittsburgh Sports Now here.

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