West Fork's Bowerman Sees Need To Be Stronger

Posted: July 17, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Special To NWA Media David J. Beach Briant Bowerman, right, of West Fork tries to get open for a pass Monday during the NWA Passing League against Rogers Heritage at Tiger Stadium in Bentonville.

BENTONVILLE -- Briant Bowerman wasn't the biggest or the strongest player on West Fork's football team last year, but his mental aspect of the game was respectable enough to earn him a starting role as a sophomore.

At A Glance

Briant Bowerman

School: West Fork

Class: Junior

Height: 5-10

Weight: 180

Notable: A starting slotback who also played tight end, as well as served as the Tigers’ backup quarterback last season. … Caught three touchdown passes last fall. … Also started last season as an inside linebacker, but is expected to move to outside linebacker this season.

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