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Name: Alan Bowman (Transfer from Texas Tech)
College: Michigan     Number: 15
Height: 6-3   Weight: 205
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2023

40 Low: 4.83
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...Transfer from Texas Tech...2020: NAC...POBrien...2019: (+) Coming off Sept 2019 Shoulder INJ...POBrien/PMaxwell...2018: (+) Coming off Lung INJ


 Alan Bowman, Michigan, Player News

  07/24/21 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  While Bowman has many of the intangibles you want as a quarterback - a strong arm, high IQ, the grit and confidence to play the position - both coaches interviewed by MLive acknowledged his limitations. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound quarterback is a pure pocket passer. While his arm strength is the foundation of his game, mobility is not. In 19 games at Texas Tech, Bowman attempted just 46 carries for negative-9 yards. And it plagued him in the new Texas Tech offense under Wells, when he wasn't injured. "Part of the offense he was very comfortable with, because it had some Air Raid principles to it, which he was doing with us and what he did with Kliff," Alexander said. "But all of the other stuff - giving him the read-to-run option, that ain't him. That's a wasted rep. But no, sitting in the pocket, spreading the ball around - he's as good as they get doing that stuff." - Ann Arbor News

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  07/06/21 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  While his college football resume is out there for all to see, Alan Bowman remains the wild card in the upcoming Michigan quarterback competition in preseason camp. Bowman, a graduate transfer from Texas Tech where he made 16 starts and completed 67% of his passes for 5,260 yards, 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions in three years, will challenge Cade McNamara, Michigan's starting quarterback coming out of spring practice, and freshman J.J. McCarthy. McNamara, who is 6-foot-1, 205 pounds, made one start last season and threw for 425 yards and five touchdowns and had no interceptions. He also rushed for a score. McCarthy is a five-star recruit who enrolled early and participated in spring practice.

Lavelle Durant, a quarterback trainer who operates Seattle-based LD Elite Training, has been working with the 6-foot-3, 216-pound Bowman since just before his senior year at Grapevine (Texas) High. The two worked out about a month ago, and Durant expects to get in another training session with him before preseason camp in August. "He's coming to Michigan to play right now," Durant told The Detroit News. "He's a great leader. He's gonna win the locker room over, and I think when you're coming from so far away from home, that's the No. 1 thing to do is to grasp that locker room and get these guys to believe in you. "He's really good at leading by example. He's definitely mature and has a nice leadership aspect to him with having three years of experience already. If we go back and look at his Texas Tech film, he's definitely bringing a tremendous amount of toughness and a guy that's not afraid to play while he's banged up." - Detroit News


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  03/02/21 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Alan Bowman is switching from scarlet and black to maize and blue. The former Texas Tech quarterback committed to Michigan on Sunday, about five weeks after he had his name placed into the NCAA transfer portal. In three years with the Red Raiders, Bowman was a 67-percent passer for 5,620 yards, 33 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. During most of those three seasons, Bowman was Kliff Kingsbury's and Matt Wells' first choice at quarterback. However, he missed four games and parts of two others in 2018 with two instances of a collapsed lung, missed the last nine games of 2019 with a fractured collarbone and left a game in 2020 with an ankle injury. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

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  02/28/21 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech quarterback Alan Bowman indicated on Twitter on Sunday that he is transferring to Michigan. Bowman threw for 1,602 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions in eight games last season. He played in 19 games for Texas Tech across three seasons. Joe Milton was Michigan's starter at quarterback at the beginning of the 2020 season, but he eventually lost the job to redshirt freshman Cade McNamara. Milton entered the transfer portal, and Bowman would give the Wolverines an experienced option, assuming he's able to play for them immediately. - AP College Football

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  01/25/21 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech quarterback Alan Bowman, who passed for 5,260 yards and 33 touchdowns in three injury-plagued seasons, announced Friday he plans to finish his degree in May and leave as a graduate transfer. The Grapevine product was a sophomore this season and, because the NCAA did not charge any player a year's eligibility for the pandemic-disrupted 2020 season, will continue to be a sophomore in 2021. In a statement he posted on Twitter, Bowman thanked Tech coaches Kliff Kingsbury and Matt Wells, his teammates, head athletic trainer Drew Krueger, equipment manager Zane Perry and athletics director Kirby Hocutt. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

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  10/17/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Four games into the current season and with Texas Tech still looking for a Big 12 win, coach Matt Wells announced a quarterback change Wednesday. Alan Bowman, who had shown tantalizing potential the past two seasons when not sidelined by long-term injuries, is out. Utah State transfer Henry Colombi is the new starter, Wells said, for Tech's next game, Oct. 24 against West Virginia. Wells said Colombi "kind of jumpstarted the offense" in relief appearances against Kansas State and Iowa State. Colombi has completed 74.1% of his passes for 359 yards, with three touchdown passes and one interception. He was also familiar with the system offensive coordinator David Yost from Utah State.

While Bowman suffered an ankle injury against K-State, that was not the reason for the change."Alan has played OK," Wells said. "He has not played bad. I want to say that. He is not the reason we're 1-3, absolutely. It's never that way. Playing the quarterback position, I understand it that quarterbacks usually get too much credit and they get too much blame. "Certainly I want to make sure we're definitely not blaming, and it's absolutely not that. But when you're 1-3 and you have played just OK, and as we work through it with Alan, he understands that." A redshirt sophomore from Grapevine, Bowman had a 64.7% completion rate with 881 yards. He's thrown seven touchdowns but also had four interceptions. - Dallas Morning News


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  10/09/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  An injury to Alan Bowman in Saturday's loss at Kansas State disrupted the Texas Tech quarterback picture for the third year in a row. Maybe this setback won't be as long-term as the collapsed lung and the cracked collarbone that caused Bowman to miss 13 games and the second halves of two others over the previous two seasons. Either way, the Red Raiders developed some confidence Saturday in his backup. Discussing Bowman's injured right ankle, Tech coach Matt Wells said Monday, "Nothing's broke. Nothing's fractured. He's day to day." But Wells and offensive coordinator David Yost indicated Bowman is likely to miss practice time this week and that Henry Colombi could get more snaps than usual to prepare. Tech (1-2, 0-2 in the Big 12) visits No. 24 Iowa State (2-1, 2-0) for a game at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. Asked if the quarterbacks' snaps will be adjusted this week, Wells said, "If he doesn't practice today, then you've got to." "We normally are a on a two-thirds/one-third rotation with the one and two quarterback throughout practice," Yost said. "Could he get closer to 50-50 this week? It's very possible. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

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  09/28/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  SEPT 26 CFB STARS: Alan Bowman, Texas Tech, passed for 325 yards and five TDs in a 63-56 loss to No. 8 Texas. - AP College Football

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  09/23/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  It took three years, but Alan Bowman will finally get to introduce himself to Texas' defense this weekend. Bowman will likely be Texas Tech's starting quarterback when the Red Raiders host UT on Saturday afternoon. This is Bowman's third year at Texas Tech. He, however, has never faced the Longhorns. Bowman missed the 2018 meeting between these in-state rivals - a 41-34 win for Texas in Lubbock - with a collapsed lung. A shoulder injury sidelined him for his team's 49-24 loss at Royal-Memorial Stadium in 2019.

The 6-3, 215-pound Bowman was a three-star prospect when he was signed out of Grapevine High. He has shown flashes of brilliance at Texas Tech. Bowman threw for 605 yards in the third game of his collegiate career, and that effort against Houston is the fifth-best effort in school history. Over his 12 career games, Bowman has averaged 340.7 passing yards. "We had always thought, when healthy, this guy was one of the better ones in the Big 12. I think he proved that two Saturdays ago with his performance against Houston Baptist" Texas coach Tom Herman said on Monday. "We definitely know that he is more than capable. He is one of the better ones, again, in our league and we're going to have our work cut out for us." - Austin American Statesman


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  09/13/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  SEPT 12 WEEK 2 STARS: Alan Bowman, Texas Tech, threw for 430 yards and two TDs and Texas Tech stopped FCS team Houston Baptist on a 2-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter, hanging on for a 35-33 victory. - AP College Football

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  09/12/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Alan Bowman threw for 430 yards and two touchdowns and Texas Tech stopped FCS team Houston Baptist on a 2-point conversion attempt late in the fourth quarter, hanging on for a 35-33 victory Saturday night. SaRodorick Thompson ran for two scores in the opener of the pandemic-shortened season for the Red Raiders in front of a socially distanced crowd of 11,157. Bailey Zappe threw for 567 yards and four touchdowns in the first game for Houston Baptist (0-2) against a Power 5 opponent a week after finishing with 480 yards passing and three scores in a 57-31 loss to North Texas.

Zappe's final TD pass to Jerreth Sterns pulled the Huskies within two with 3:23 remaining, but his pass to the sideline on the 2-point play was wide and high. The Red Raiders then ran out the clock. Josh Sterns had 209 yards receiving and two touchdowns, including a 75-yarder to get Houston Baptist within eight early in the fourth quarter. Jerreth Sterns had 12 catches for 130 yards. The Huskies set up their chance to tie by stopping Bowman on a quarterback sneak on fourth-and-1 from the Houston Baptist 4-yard line. Bowman spread the ball around, with five receivers getting at least four catches and 46 yards. KeSean Carter, who led Texas Tech with 86 yards receiving, and Erik Ezukanma had receiving TDs. - Texas Tech/AP College Football


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  08/16/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Alan Bowman has plenty of goals, individual and team, that he would like to accomplish this fall. But, one, seems to be at the forefront. "No. 1, we're staying healthy. I'll tell you that right now," Bowman said, cracking a smile during a Zoom press conference held Saturday morning. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound signal caller has shown flashes of greatness but been unable to show consistency due to missing time as a freshman with two instances of a partially collapsed lung. The Grapevine native would miss most of his sophomore year with a cracked collarbone, finding a way to play in three games before electing to take a redshirt year.

In total, Bowman has played in 11 games the past two seasons, throwing for 3,658 yards, 23 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. And, while he has not been able to see the field much during is collegiate year, Bowman feels as though he's made up for it by becoming a literal student of the game by engrossing himself in gameplanning, becoming "bigger, faster, stronger" thanks to strength and conditioning and choosing to take a redshirt last season. "Basically, I probably could have played the last two games of the season," Bowman said. "So, it's play four or five games last season or play a full 12, now 10, this year with a new slate and whole-new set up. "I was more comfortable, saying, 'Hey, let's take an offseason. Let's get bigger, faster, stronger. Let's get another year in the offense...Let's play a full season instead of coming back right towards the end of the season." - Lubbock Avalanche Journal


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  07/16/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Alan Bowman, Texas Tech,...Bowman will look to return to form this fall after missing the final nine games of the 2019 campaign following a shoulder injury. He was able to return to practice late in November but sat out the final three games in order to maintain his redshirt season. He had completed 101-of-154 passes (65.6) for 1,020 yards and six touchdowns up until his injury against Arizona. The Grapevine, Texas native earned the starting job after an impressive true freshman season in 2018 where he finished just shy of setting the Red Raider freshman record for passing yards. He completed 69.4 percent of his passes over eight games and seven starts that season, finishing with 2,638 yards and 17 touchdowns. - Texas Tech Football

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  07/15/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech's Alan Bowman is one of 30 quarterbacks on the initial watch list for the Davey O'Brien Award released Tuesday. The award is presented annually to the best quarterback in college football. Bowman, a sophomore this coming season, has played in 11 games his first two years, completing 68.1% of his passes for 3,658 yards and 23 touchdowns with 10 interceptions. He missed time in his freshman season with two instances of a partially collapsed lung and missed most of his sophomore year with a cracked collarbone. Last year counted as a redshirt season for Bowman, who played in three games. - Lubbock Avalanche Journal

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  04/03/20 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech went 4-8 last year and a Heisman campaign is probably the last thing the Red Raiders are thinking about. Despite a young roster, Texas Tech has the bare bones of an explosive offense next season and Alan Bowman will be the driving force. When he's been healthy, Bowman has been the nation's leading passer in terms of yardage over the last two seasons. In 11 career games, Bowman has put up 3,658 yards and 23 touchdowns in his first two seasons. With another year under his belt building chemistry with his young receiving corps featuring Erik Ezukanma and KeSean Carter, plus incoming four-star freshman Loic Fouonji. Bowman has outside potential to get an invite to New York and possibly hold up the trophy at the end of the season.

For Bowman to be the first ever Heisman winner in Texas Tech's history, something magical would need to happen. The highest any Red Raider has finished in the Heisman voting came in 2008 when Graham Harrell finished fourth and Michael Crabtree finished fifth. Texas Tech finished the regular season 11-1 that year with its only loss coming against Oklahoma. Harrell threw for 5,111 yards and 45 touchdowns while Crabtree caught 97 passes for 1,165 yards and 19 touchdowns. - Dallas Morning News


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  11/12/19 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech quarterback Alan Bowman has been cleared to play after missing six games with a shoulder injury but the plan now is to redshirt the second-year player. Bowman, who got hurt in the third game Sept. 14 at Arizona, could still play in one more game this season for Texas Tech (4-5) and maintain his status as a sophomore player going into next year. Red Raiders coach Matt Wells said Monday he respects and agrees with the decision by Bowman and his parents to not play again this year. He was the Big 12's leading passer with 1,020 yards passing (340 per game) and led the nation with 33.7 completions per game when he got hurt. As a true freshman last season, Bowman became Texas Tech's starter in the second game. He threw 2,638 yards with 17 touchdowns in eight games, missing four games over two different stints because of a collapsed lung. - AP College Football

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  09/17/19 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech sophomore quarterback Alan Bowman will miss games because of a shoulder injury. Coach Matt Wells said Monday that Bowman "will miss several weeks" because of the injury sustained in a 28-14 loss at Arizona. The first-year Red Raiders coach didn't elaborate on the timing or provide more specifics about the injury to the Big 12's top passer.

As a true freshman last season, Bowman became the starter in the second game. He threw 2,638 yards with 17 touchdowns in eight games, missing four games over two different stints because of a collapsed lung. Bowman didn't miss an offensive snap Saturday night, though he left the field for the locker room briefly after a linebacker drove his left shoulder into the turf after an incomplete pass that ended Texas Tech's first series after halftime. Bowman copleted 30 of 55 passes for 307 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. - AP College Football


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  09/02/19 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  Texas Tech's Alan Bowman threw for the most yards in Week 1, completing 40 of 53 passes for 436 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions against Montana State. It was Bowman's third career 400-yard game and his second-highest yardage output. He threw for 605 against Houston last year. Seven other quarterbacks threw for at least 400 yards. - AP College Football

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  07/18/19 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD CANDIDATE: QB Alan Bowman, Texas Tech,...Bowman is now the sixth Red Raider quarterback since 2005 to be named to the preseason watch list, joining the likes of Cody Hodges (2005), Graham Harrell (2007-08), Seth Doege (2012), Davis Webb (2014) and Mahomes (2016).

Bowman, a native of Grapevine, Texas, was among the top freshmen in the country a year ago as he threw for 2,638 yards and 17 touchdowns despite playing in only eight games due to a pair of injuries. He averaged 329.8 yards per game, which ranked fourth nationally and led all freshmen quarterbacks. - Texas Tech Football


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  07/17/19 - QB Alan BowmanrSr/2023, Michigan, 6-3, 205 (DS#44 QB) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN NATIONAL QUARTERBACK AWARD WATCH LIST: Alan Bowman, Texas Tech, So., 6-3, 210, Grapevine, Texas,...Bowman, a native of Grapevine, Texas, was among the top freshmen in the country a year ago as he threw for 2,638 yards and 17 touchdowns despite playing in only eight games due to a pair of injuries. He averaged 329.8 yards per game, which ranked fourth nationally and led all freshmen quarterbacks.

In the process, Bowman snapped both the Big 12 and Texas Tech freshman records for single-game passing after torching Houston for 605 yards through the air in only his second career start. Bowman became only the third freshman in NCAA history to throw for at least 600 yards in a game, joining the likes of David Neill (Nevada) and Luke Falk (Washington State). - Texas Tech Football


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