Jackson Christian School senior Drae Bowles has embraced the attention placed on him as a top college football recruit as a chance to share his faith.
"I feel my ability to do anything, whether it's on the football field or not, is a gift from God, and I think it's my job to give that gift back to him by using it for his glory," Bowles said.
In July, Bowles committed to play for Tennessee, and he will sign his letter of intent Wednesday. JCS head coach Matt Underwood said the Vols are getting a one-of-a-kind individual who should be an asset on their roster in the coming seasons.
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