A few days after a report came out that three Florida Gators football players were no longer working on the program, another name decided to move from the team. According to 247 Sports Sources, Florida is on the decline DeMarcus Bowman Entered the NCAA Transfer Portal.
Bowman decided to enter the NCAA Transfer Portal after one year with the Clemson Tigers, the school he signed with out of high school. He joined Clemson in August of 2020, opting to move out of the program a few months later in October. He appeared in two games for Clemson and only made 9 dribble attempts and 32 yards.
In his only season in the UF, Bowman appeared in four games, with 14 carry-outs for 81 yards. Since this is the second time he has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal, Bowman will have to sit for a year at his next school of choice.
The Gators recently parted ways with their wide receptions Finley Graham, safety Mordecai McDaniel and defensive line Christopher Thomas. A source told Brett DioGuardi of Swamp247 that the team’s decision to ditch the aforementioned players was not based on performance but rather on the individual involvement of each player and how they accommodated coach Billy Napier’s desired culture into his program, which is what the players are strictly required of. holding on. It is not clear if Bowman’s position is related.
Despite its latest trappings, Gators’ scholarship slate remains above the scholarship limit of 85, although some NCAA rules may allow it to proceed without further cutbacks. In addition to the departure of Graham, McDaniel and Thomas, the midfielders Emory Jones (Arizona State), Carlos Del Rio Wilson (Syracuse) and defensive lineman Lamar merchandise (Northern Colorado) moved out of the program.
The Gators also have a backroom running with so much potential that they still have junior Lorenzo Lingard, sophomore Nay’Quan Wright and Montrell Johnson, and real student Trevor Etienne in the fold. However, Bowman was seen as an explosive comeback with plenty of promise. As such, it will be critical for Florida to fill its place on the list through 2023.
Backroom running in Florida Got a talent pumping During the holiday season with the addition of 2021 Sun Belt Freshman of the Year dating Montrell Johnson and 2022 4-star linebacker Trevor Etienne, who is expected to join the program over the summer. Gator’s backroom looked among the strongest of the spring thanks to impressive performances from rookie Lorenzo Lingard and Johnson while Nye Kwan Wright rehabilitated an ankle injury and participated in limited capacity, although he is expected to recover by spring.
247Sports Composite, an industry average, ranked Bowman as the nation’s 20th year prospect in the 2020 recruitment category and ranked him third in the 2020 category.