Who is Cinmeon Bowers people? Hmm, do y’all know where he’s from and why coach Pastner is after the young studded star? Well, congratulations because y’all are about to receive some awesome information about Bowers.
Bowers is currently a junior college forward prospect out of the class of 2014. Standing at 6-7 and weighing 240-pounds, he has caught the attention of some big-time Division 1 schools. He has been mostly hearing from the Louisville Cardinals, Florida State, Arizona State, West Virginia, South Florida, and the University of Memphis.
Bowers unofficially visited Memphis earlier this year.
“Josh Pastner, I love him,” said Bowers. “He’s been recruiting me for a while. That’s a plus. They’ve got a good coaching staff and the trainer is awesome. I like Memphis.”
Pastner had a chance to checkout Bowers two weeks ago at the Mullen’s Top 100 Camp in St. Charles, Mo. Bowers mentioned that Pastner feels that he would be a great fit for the Tigers in next year’s class.
“It makes me feel good to hear that,” said Bowers. “A lot of people don’t get this chance, so it feels good.”
Bowers is currently in summer school at Chipola College in Florida. He plans to take his official visits before he makes a decision. Not only will he visit Memphis, but he plans on visiting Louisville and Florida State.
Being from Wisconsin, Bowers decided to go to junior college after high school because he didn’t take the right classes for a four-year institution. During his time at the junior college in Florida, he said his main focus was to work on his game.
“I’ve got my jump shot better, I attack the hole better,” said Bowers. “I’ve just gotten tougher and I’m closer to fulfilling my dream.”
Out of the whole entire recruiting process, picking a school will not be the hardest decision he will have to make. Somewhere in his decision, he will have to think about his daughter.
“I’ve got a daughter back home,” said Bowers. “So whatever school I go to, I just wanna make sure my decision fits with her, too.”
I received this information from the Commercial Appeal.