Since he had been a receiver his entire football career, Adam Bowman expected to fill that offensive role this fall at Seymour High School.
He is still a receiver, but playing for first-year coach Josh Shattuck, he also is seeing time at tight end and tackle.
“Coming into the season knowing that it wasn’t going to be the same as last year obviously, I knew whatever spot they wanted to put me at, I was going to do my best,” Bowman said. “I’m wanting to help (Shattuck) get our program to where he wants it to be.”
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