Dee Bowens' high school career is over, but he is looking for the right place to begin his college career.

Sam Houston State entered the mix of schools vying for Bowens' talent, he posted on Twitter on Wednesday.

Bowens also holds offers from Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Alcorn State and Incarnate Word. Bowers finished the 2017 season with 1,405 receiving yards and 23 touchdowns to lead state champion Carthage. Teammate and fellow receiver Dewaylon Ingram is a verbal commit to Sam Houston.

Sam Houston State competes in the Southland Conference of the NCAA's Division I FCS subdivision. The Bearkats finished the season with a 12-2 record, falling to North Dakota State in the playoffs.

Bowens, like all seniors, can sign with any team that offers him on National Signing Day, scheduled for Feb. 7.