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Will Bowles

Position PF Height 6-7 Weight School South Lake High School Hometown St. Clair Shores, Michigan Incoming Year 2010

Initially posted by mollautt on 05/20/09 at 9:53 am

2010 PROSPECT:  In 2008-09, Bowles was named Macomb Area Conference (MAC) defensive player of the year and most improved player.  He was also 2nd team All-Conference and honorable mention Class B All-state.  He averaged just over 13.1ppg after 15 games (team leader).  Steve Bell of Bankhoops.com wrote the following about Bowles

Two tournaments in, he's already dunked on or blocked the shots of a lot of good players. One first-time observer compared him to Mike Bramos "with that spring-loaded body." Though sometimes there are stretches when he'll jump for everything—that can also result in flurries of blocks on a single possession; and overall he's a sound post defender who reacts well and keeps right gap when playing man one-on-one.
Plays AAU with Parallel 45.   

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