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Micah Bowens, the 2020 QB Talent from Las Vegas Will Head to Jupiter


Coral Springs, FL– One of the West coast’s finest quarterback talents will head to Jupiter, FL later this month to showcase his skills on another Football Hotbed national platform.  Micah Bowens of Las Vegas, NV is a 2020 QB that is truly one to watch in the future.  He competed well at the National Middle School Quarterback Invitational showcase, dubbed the Future 4, during his after his initial 8th grade season in 2014.  This year, Bowens reclassified as a younger member of the 2019 class to 2020 and will return to Florida to prove why he earned an eighth place finish at last May’s competition as only a 13 year-old. bowens 2

Bowens plays for the Henderson Cowboys in Henderson, Nevada, a highly regarded program that is one of the state’s best.  He was part of a team that beat a very talented Inland Empire Ducks earlier this season and will lead the Las Vegas FBU National Championship team beginning this weekend into battle in an effort to win the 64-team tournament.

Micah BowensThe culmination of the season will be his trip to Florida, however, to play in the Football Hotbed Middle School All-American game.  It’s the nation’s premier youth football contest, partly because of the quarterback excellence ensured by the Future 4.  It’s also a chance to see guys like Bowens (4.97 laser 40 time) with other fast South Florida athletes in a game likely to resemble a high school football contest.

Bowens is expected to matriculate to national power Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas to play high school football.  He’ll be in line to replace current All-American quarterback, Tate Martell.  For now, he’s looking to continue to raise his level of play as his prep career is just around the corner from his involvement with Hotbed World.

MORE: Check out this feature on Micah Bowens by the Las Vegas Sun

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About Brandon Odoi

Brandon Odoi is a tenured journalist. He's covered youth football since 8th grade, high school football since 2009 and began covering college football in 2011 as a beat writer for the University of Miami Athletic programs. In 2011, he founded Football Hotbed a national multi-media platform for football across the country. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and spent his first five years as a professional working at ABC Television Network, ending his career as a producer in Miami. He's married with two sons and resides in South Florida.

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