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Utah State Adds Former Arkansas State WR Brandon Bowling

The Arkansas State Red Wolves logo is adorned on a ball prior to start of Sun Belt Conference game featuring the Texas State Bobcats and the Arkansas State Red Wolves on November 21, 2020 at Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos, TX. (Photo by John Rivera/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

LOGAN, Utah – Utah State football added former Arkansas State wide receiver Brandon Bowling to their roster, following head coach Blake Anderson.

Brandon Bowling is the second player that will transfer to Utah State from Arkansas State, joining quarterback Logan Bonner.

Bowling entered the transfer portal on New Year’s Day, announcing his decision on Twitter. On Monday morning, Bowling tweeted that he is going to Logan to join the Aggies.

While in Jonesboro, Bowling sat out his freshman season, using his redshirt in 2016. In 2017, he played in two games but did not record any stats. As a junior in 2018, Bowling appeared in six games before suffering a season ending injury. He had 15 receptions for 108 yards. In 2019, Bowling played in every game, hauling in 28 receptions for 263 yards and 2 touchdowns.

This past season, he had 29 catches for 336 yards and 4 touchdowns in seven games.

Bowling is from Boyd High School in McKinney, Texas. As a high school recruit in the 2016 class, Bowling was a two-star prospect who had offers from Texas State and Arkansas State.

When he entered the transfer portal, Bowling said the following on Twitter.

“These last five years in Jonesboro have been more than I could have ever imagined as an 18 year old leaving Texas,” Bowling wrote. “The relationships that I have formed and the man that I have become is in large part to the coaches and professors that I have interacted with during my tenure. From the classroom to the football field I will never forget being an Arkansas State Redwolf. I have made the decision to go into the transfer portal as a grad transfer. I am and will always be a proud Arkansas State alumni and it will always be my second home.”

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