D.D. Bowie is rated as a four-star receiver in the class of 2017 by 247Sports and the Mississippi native is believed to be down to both the SEC schools in his state as well as LSU and Alabama in his recruitment. Bowie has been committed to the Ole Miss Rebels since 2015, but has hinted that he is considering other schools.

While he won’t say where he’s going, he seems to already know. That’s what he told the Clarion-Ledger anyway.

“It’s been crazy. I got Ole Miss coming hard and Mississippi State coming hard at me,” Bowie told The Clarion-Ledger Wednesday. “I really just wish today was signing day, so I can go ahead and get it over with.

“I know (where I’m going), I know.”

Bowie has taken two visits to Mississippi State in the last three months which included an official visit last weekend. The 6’1″, 170-pound receiver is set to take an official visit to Ole Miss this weekend before National Signing Day. He’s ranked as the No. 20 receiver in the class and No. 3 recruit in the state of Mississippi.

The U.S. Army All-American spent most of his time as a quarterback his senior season. Bowie rushed for 2,239 yards and 34 touchdowns, threw for 557 yards and three TDs and also had 12 catches for 137 yards and two scores. He also recorded 13 tackles, a sack and an interception on defense.

247Sports gives Ole Miss the best chance to land him with a 50 percent in their crystal ball with the Bulldogs next at 33 percent and Alabama third at 17 percent.

Here are some of his highlights:

[h/t Saturday Down South]

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