RB Isaiah Bowser from Sidney caught my attention his sophomore year against Trotwood Madison. As I remember, it was cold and rainy. Murphy’s Law for Sidney, but Isaiah kept running and running. Also played defense.
The RB, listed 6’1-205, took a beating, not only because T-M was tough, but Sidney lost their QB and had no passing game. Isaiah just kept on playing, ending with 102 yards on 22 carries.
This past season, I watched him against Piqua. Deceptive speed, but had some burst. Broke tackles. In my evaluation, I said that he was a physical player, but needed to improve on RB skills. Could line up at OLB or at SS. Tough. He wanted the ball.
The other night I saw the same solid, no nonsense attitude. Played hard and ran the court. Needs to continue to get faster. I like his potential as an RB on the college level. But his position may be at linebacker.
Good size. Could get to 225+ fairly easily. Runs well enough. Changes direction. Best of all, will “smack-you,” when he gets there.
Needs a good spring. Should be fine. One “offer” from Miami as a running back.
Isaiah, like many underclassmen, gets impatient with the “offer” stuff. Should be will be fine.
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