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A junior college transfer with accolades who has enrolled in January, 2013 and will participate in spring practice...will look to add depth to a defensive line depleted by graduation in 2012...a player who makes his teammates around him better, says Mendocino College coach Mike Mari, and will be a good fit in UNM's 3-4 defensive scheme...also was recruited by Fresno State and Nevada...has two years of eligibility at UNM.
JUNIOR COLLEGE: An All-Bay Valley Conference selection for Mendocino in 2012...recorded 44 tackles; more than half (23) were tackles for loss...also had a gaudy 16.5 sacks...forced three fumbles and blocked a kick as well in 2012.
HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-North Bay League selection as an offensive lineman for Ukiah HS in 2009. A four-year letterman in football and track and field, Bowers finished second in both the shot put and the discus at the 2009 North Bay League Track and Field Championships in Santa Rosa, Calif.
PERSONAL: Born April 14, 1992 in Ukiah, Calif...parents are Suzanne Carroll and Bryan Bowers...has one older brother, Brad...is hoping to major in kinesiology.