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  1. HOU Clubhouse

    Tyus Bowser #81 DE



  2. Bassett accepts offer from Oklahoma State

    RecruitingNation

    Dawson Bassett (Tuttle, Okla./Tuttle) is set to follow in the footsteps his older brother, former Oklahoma State defensive end Cooper Bassett, after committing to Mike Gundy's Cowboys, the Tulsa World reports. The 6-foot-3, 215-pound senior, who r...

    Blog | February 01, 2013
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  4. Multidimensional DE Bowser commits

    Damon Sayles

    Some of the biggest recruiting questions in East Texas have involved multipurpose athlete Tyus Bowser (Tyler, Texas/John Tyler). Where's he going to play college football? Where will he visit? Will he play college football? Did basketball complete...

    Blog | January 24, 2013
  5. Versatile Tyus Bowser taking his time

    Damon Sayles

    There are versatile football players, and then there's Tyus Bowser (Tyler, Texas/John Tyler). Few athletes can play unorthodox combinations of positions as effectively as Bowser, who saw time on Friday against Mesquite (Texas) Horn at defensive en...

    Blog | September 23, 2012
  6. Tyus Bowser juggling six offers, hoops

    Damon Sayles

    DUNCANVILLE, Texas - Defensive end Tyus Bowser (Tyler, Texas/John Tyler) played three consecutive days of football - in near-triple-digit temperatures - at the Texas State 7-on-7 Championships in College Station, Texas. Thursday through Sunday, he he...

    Blog | July 23, 2012
  7. Four offers for speedy DE Bowser

    Damon Sayles

    Defensive ends aren't supposed to run the 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds. Tyus Bowser (Tyler, Texas/John Tyler) apparently didn't get that memo. Bowser ran the 40-yard dash three times on Monday, and all three times, the 6-foot-3, 215-pound bookend ...

    Blog | March 27, 2012
  8. Recruits to watch: John Tyler (Texas)

    Damon Sayles

    UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas -- Seventeen years ago, John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) became a nationally-recognized high school football team, and "Cujo" became a nationally-known nickname. In one of the greatest -- and most unpredictable -- finishes in Texas...

    Blog | December 06, 2011