Wide Receiver
217 lbs.
Miami, Fla.
High School
Norland HS

2007 1st Round Pick (23rd overall) of NFL Draft by Kansas City Chiefs
2006 Third-Team All-American (Rivals.com)
2006 First-Team All-SEC (SEC Coaches)
2006 Second-Team All-SEC (AP)
SEC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 21 vs. Fresno State)
2005 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Taken in the first round (23rd overall pick) of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs … One of four Tigers drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft in 2007,  a school record … Also teamed with Craig Davis to become only the third wide receiver tandem from the same school to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft in the same year … Played in 50 games with 31 starts during his four years with the Tigers … Finished with 154 catches for 2,403 yards and a school-record 26 touchdowns … Ranked fourth  in school history in career receptions (154) and fifth career receiving yards (2,403) … Is one of only seven players in school history to reach the 2000-yard mark in receiving yards … His 26 career TDs ranks eighth in SEC history … Connected with QB JaMarcus Russell for 23 touchdown passes, making the duo the most prolific pass-catch scoring combo in school history … Caught at least one pass in 25 consecutive games to end his career … Four career 100-yard receiving games.

Combined with Craig Davis and Early Doucet to form one of the nation’s premier receiving corps … The trio combined for 180 receptions, 2,598 yards and 24 TDs … Led the Tigers in receiving with 65 receptions for 990 yards and a school-record 12 touchdowns … Broke the school’s single-season TD mark with an 11-yard scoring reception against Notre Dame in the Sugar Bowl … The 12 touchdowns also ranks as the 10th highest single season total in league history … It also ranked first in the SEC in 2006 … His 990 receiving yards ranks seventh in school history and his 65 catches ties for the fifth-most in LSU history … Finished year ranked No. 6 in the SEC in both receptions per game (5.0) and yards per game (76.2) … Scored at least one touchdown in nine of the Tigers’ 13 games this season … Caught TD with 14 seconds left to send Ole Miss game into overtime … Has turned in a pair of 100-yard receiving games this year, first against Kentucky and then versus Fresno State … Against the Wildcats, pulled in six passes for a season-best 111 yards and a career-high three touchdowns … Followed that with four catches for 106 yards and a score against Fresno State, a performance that included a career-long 58-yard touchdown grab … Was named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Bulldogs … Scored two touchdowns in the Tigers’ overtime victory over Ole Miss … Picked up 95 yards and a touchdown on five catches against Mississippi State … Led the team with six catches for 89 yards and a score in the Tigers’ victory over ninth-ranked Tennessee.

Played in 12 games with nine starts in 2005 … LSU’s leading receiver with 41 receptions for 710 yards and 9 touchdowns … Averaged 17.3 yards per reception … The 9 TD receptions ranked as the sixth-highest single-season total in school history … Set an LSU record by catching at least 1 TD pass in 7 straight games at one point during the 2005 season … Sat out the season opener against Arizona State with an ankle injury … Returned to action against Tennessee in week 2 with 3 catches for 28 yards … Caught 2 TD passes in win over Mississippi State to start a streak of 7 straight games with a TD reception … Caught a career-long 44-yard TD pass against Mississippi State … TD streak came to an end against Ole Miss … Caught a career-high 7 passes for 98 yards, including the game-winner, in 16-13 OT win over Alabama on Nov. 12.

Ranked second on the squad in receiving  … Played in all 12 games with 10 starts … Started first nine games of season as well as the Capital One Bowl against Iowa … Caught 39 passes for 597 yards and a team-best 5 TDs … Finished season with a bang, leading the Tigers with 8 receptions for 122 yards, both career-highs, against Iowa in the Capital One Bowl … The 5 receiving touchdowns ranked among the top 10 in the SEC … Opened the season with 5 receptions for 103 yards and 1 score in overtime win over Oregon State … His 38-yard TD reception vs. Oregon State came with just over a minute left in the fourth quarter and helped send the contest into overtime … Followed that with 2 TD receptions vs. Arkansas State and then added another scoring reception against Auburn … Scored fifth TD of season vs. Georgia … Caught at least 1 pass in each game except for the Vanderbilt game.

Played in 13 games as a true freshman for the Tigers … Served as the fourth receiver in LSU’s wideout rotation … Led all LSU freshmen with nine receptions for 106 yards … Had a long catch of 24 yards vs. UL-Monroe in the first game of his career … Had 3 catches for 32 yards the following week vs. Arizona … Grabbed a pair of passes for 18 yards in road win over Mississippi State.

A blue-chip receiver out of one of the nation’s most talented recruiting states … First-team 6A all-state and a member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super Southern 100, Fox Sports Net South’s All-South second team and first-team Miami-Dade County … Ranked as the nation’s No. 21 wide receiver prospect by Rivals.com and ranked No. 13 by College Football News … Caught 40 passes for 822 yards and 14 touchdowns his senior year, despite suffering a bruised foot his last four games … Continued his terrific season into the playoffs, catching 8 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns in three games as Norland finished the season as the 6A state champion for the first time in school history … Started playing football as a junior, recording 32 receptions for 624 yards and two touchdowns … Also a dangerous kick returner, taking 6 kicks for 45 yards or more, three of those going the distance … Teammates in high school with former LSU offensive linemen Terrell McGill … Coached by Nigel Dunn.

Full name is Dwayne Lorenzo Bowe … Born Sept. 21, 1984, in Miami … Has three brothers – Wayne Williams, Diamond Williams and Gabriel Williams … Majoring in general studies.

Receptions: 7 vs. Ole Miss Receptions: 8 vs. Iowa, 2005
Yards: 111 vs. Kentucky  Yards: 122 vs. Iowa, 2005
Touchdowns: 3 vs. Kentucky Touchdowns: 3 vs. Kentucky, 2006
Long: 58 vs. Fresno St.  Long: 58 vs. Fresno St., 2006

Bowe’s Career Receiving Stats
Year G-GS Rec. Yds. TD LG
2003 13-0 9 106 0 24
2004 12-10 39 597 5 38
2005 12-9 41 710 9 44
2006 13-12 65 990 12 58
Totals 50-31 154 2,403  26 58

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