- Name: Dorian Bowie
- Position: WR
- College: Robert Morris University
- Height: 6’3″
- Weight: 210
- Twitter: @DorianBowie1
1.If you could hang out with any football player past or present for a day who and why?
- I would hangout with Cordarrelle Patterson because he’s such a flamboyant player and person. He brings a skill set that’s rare in the league today. Being able to adapt to your environment and to also flourish shows a lot about the kind of person he is.
2.How do you handle challenges both in life and on the football field?
- Head on with a rational mindset. Being able to think critically and logically goes a long way.
3.What are your favorite moments from your football life?
- Scoring my first collegiate touchdown against Eastern Kentucky University in overtime.
4.What made you decide you wanted to be a football player?
- I decided to become a football player because I relished the training that had to be put in. It was something that I could revel in and be passionate about. This is more of a lifestyle rather than an occupation.
5.What is your typical training routine?
- This is an everyday routine, Monday to Saturday. I start off with conditioning & drill work in the morning. Later on in the afternoon, I head to the gym to work on lower body or upper body depending on the day.
6.What sets you apart from other wide receivers?
- I’m electric with the ball in my hands. Being able to get YAC is vital as a wide receiver. Unlimited upside.
7.What should we know about Dorian Bowie the person?
- I’m a person that makes decisions based on what I think is right, instead of what I feel like doing.
8.What type of energy do you bring onto the football field?
- I’m a game changer. I can turn nothing into something. I bring the energy, I’m the guy that makes it happen.
9.What do you love about the game of football?
- I love the competitiveness. I try to bring the best out of my teammates.
10.What would a team get in a player like you?
- They would get a hard-working & dynamic playmaker. A player that sets the standard & makes everyone better.
11.What is a moment that improved you as a football player?
- Absolutely terrorizing the defense and splitting zone coverage with ease. I realized I was unstoppable.