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April 4, 2024

Lynn Bowden is a wide receiver in the National Football League. He plays for the Miami Dolphins and was drafted in 2020.

Lynn Bowden was born in Youngstown, Ohio on October 14, 1997. By the time he attended high school at Liberty in Youngstown, he was a noteworthy multi-sport athlete. As a freshman, he played running back, however, he switched to playing quarterback as a sophomore and was named a team captain. As the starting quarterback, he threw for 761 yards and recorded 13 touchdowns, with only four interceptions. He was also honored as first-team All-State as a sophomore.

Before his junior year of high school, his parents, Melissa Phillips and Lynn Bowden Sr. moved the family to Warren, Ohio, where Bowden began attending Warren G. Harding High School. He had a successful season during his junior year and was named Trumbull County Player of the Year, Inland District Offensive Player of the Year, and Division II Offensive Player of the Year for his performance.

As a senior, Bowden continued to excel at both basketball and football. In basketball, he scored 24 points, with seven assists and six rebounds per game. While playing quarterback in football, he threw for 1,366 yards and ran for 2,277 yards, as well as scored 57 touchdowns. He led his team to a Division II Regional Championship. By the time Bowden graduated, he held 16 school records at Warren G. Harding High School and was invited to play in the Ohio-Kentucky All-Star game.

The Vindicator, a northeastern Ohio daily newspaper, named him the Male Athlete of the Year for 2017 and the Ohio AP named him Special Mention team in Division I. He was widely considered a four-star recruit and was heavily recruited by Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Penn State, Indiana, and Kentucky. Bowden chose Kentucky because he had a good relationship with the coaching staff and felt that his family would be comfortable there. He majored in community and leadership development.

Bowden played in 13 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats, mostly on special teams, and averaged 23.5 yards per return. He was the seventh-best punt returner in the SEC that season. As a wide receiver, he had 17 receptions for 210 yards. Because of his experience as a quarterback, Bowden was involved in several trick plays that saw him complete three-quarters of his passes for 92 yards. He was named to the All-SEC Freshman team.

In his sophomore year, he played in 12 of 13 games for the Wildcats. Bowden became the most successful wide receiver the school had seen since NFL player, Randal Cobb. Bowden played on special teams and as a wide receiver. He also broke multiple school records, including most receiving yards and most touchdown catches.

During his junior year at Kentucky, Bowden continued to play in multiple positions. He led the SEC in all-purpose yardage, averaging 160.7 yards per game while playing special teams and at wide receiver. He also started eight games as the quarterback. In those games, he accumulated 1,369 rushing yards, the most by a quarterback in Wildcat history. During that season, he had seven 100-yard games and three 200-yard games, making him one of the most dynamic players in college football. He led his team to the Belk Bowl, where he had a terrific performance and was named the game MVP. He was awarded First-Team All-SEC, All-Purpose honors, First-Team All-America, All-Purpose honors, and the Paul Hornung Award for the Nation’s Most Versatile Player.

Bowden did not return to Kentucky for his senior year, as he decided to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. He was drafted by the Las Vegas Raiders as a running back, however, he did not play in any games for the Raiders and was traded to the Miami Dolphins. Bowden’s first professional game was against the Buffalo Bills, where he played at wide receiver and had one catch. For the season, he recorded 28 receptions for 211 yards. He was injured before the start of the 2021 regular season and placed on the injured reserve list.

Lynn Bowden is still an active player for the Miami Dolphins. He has two children. He is known for his extensive collection of over 70 tattoos and his favorite catchphrase, “Come see about it.” His nickname is Sixx.

In 2020, Lynn Bowden Jr. obtained a federal trademark registration for “COME SEE ABOUT IT” for hoodies, athletic apparel, and graphic t-shirts. This merchandise can be found on his website.

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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Hoodies; T-shirts; Athletic apparel, namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, athletic uniforms; Graphic T-shirts; Short-sleeved or long-sleeved t-shirts. FIRST USE: 20200129. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20200129.

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