Know Notre Dame Commit Peyton Bowen


Notre Dame football has got off to a great start in 2022, securing the pledge of the consensus’s top 100 security rookies Peyton bowen. Denton, TX native Guyer is Irish rookie in 2023 recruiting round, joining linebacker Drayk Brown and pass the rushers Keon keeley and Brenan Vernon as consensus of the 100 best recruits to date in the class.


Ranked among the top 100 domestic rookies of all major recruiting sites, Bowen finished first on the ESPN rankings, placing the nation’s 50th overall. It also ranks # 50 nationally by On3. Rivals and 247Sports both rank Bowen 77th in the country, and he ranks 53rd on the On3 Composite Rankings and 58th in the 247Sports Composite Rankings.

The Irish edged out other finalists from Alabama, USC and Oklahoma for Bowen’s entry. Those four finalists represented the 26 offers reported for Bowen, including Ohio State, Oregon, Florida, Texas A&M and Texas, among others.


Bowen led Denton (TX) Guyer High School this fall to an overall record of 14-2, including a trip to the 2021 UIL Texas Football State Championship game against Westlake. The Wildcats would fall to Westlake’s eternal power 40-21, ending a standout campaign in 2021.

Notre Dame became familiar with the Guyer program for the next cycle. Aside from Bowen, the Irish currently have offers for the 2023 quarterback Jackson arnold and his 2023 defensive back colleague Ryan yaites.

Arnold currently has 22 reported deals, courted by the likes of Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Florida, among others. The talented caller is the No. 47 rookie overall and the 6th-ranked quarterback according to 247Sports.

The 6’1 ” 195-pound caller is one of seven quarters Notre Dame has offered so far in the 2023 cycle. It’s a starred list so far, including names like Manning Arch (yes another Manning), Dante moore, Nico Iamaleava, Christophe Vizzina and Avery johnson.

Yaites partners with Bowen to create one of the most talented side units in high school. A full-fledged high-profile rookie, Yaites ranked 48th nationally according to Rivals. Listed at 6’1 ” and 175 pounds, he currently has 17 reported deals, including Auburn, Oregon, USC, and Texas, among a slew of top schools.

It looks like it could be a huge cycle for Guyer’s players this cycle for the Fighting Irish – assuming either Yaites or Arnold (or both) join Bowen at South Bend.


The 6’1 “185-pound Bowen began to gain attention during his second campaign of 2020, being named Texas District 5-6A Co-Defensive Newcomer of the Year after recording 46 tackles in the game. total and an interception played from the back.

Bowen has been a multisport athlete for Guyer, participating in both basketball and track and field for the school. On the track in particular, Bowen competed as a sprinter, setting personal bests in the 100 meters (11.31) in first year and the 200 meters (22.71) in second year.

Excitement sets in among fans as soon as a rookie picks his favorite team. Bowen is a great part of what is already shaping up to be a special squad for the head coach Marcus Freeman in its staff.

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