Maalik Bomar Recruiting Update

Maalik Bomar Recruiting Update

Maalik Bomar is a 6-1 and 194 pound wide receiver and defensive back from Cincinnati Winton Woods. Recruiting is starting to heat up for Bomar, who has held an offer from Toledo since last year.

Maalik Bomar received an offer from Toledo last year. The Cincinnati Winton Woods junior plays wide receiver, defensive back, and outside linebacker in high school.

Bomar stands 6-1 without shoes and weighs 194 pounds. He consistently runs a 4.5 forty yard dash as well.

Maalik recorded two sacks last season while playing both defensive back and outside linebacker for Winton Woods. He also returned a punt for a touchdown on special teams and played a little bit at wide receiver.

According to his high school coach, Troy Everhart, Maalik currently holds offers from Toledo and Miami University. He is also hearing from Big Ten schools, Georgia Tech, and Maryland.

University of Toledo defensive line coach Mark Rhea is recruiting Maalik for the Rockets. "Mark Rhea is the recruiter in the area and is one of the best in the business," Winton Woods coach Troy Everhart told Rocket Digest. He added, "He (Rhea) has really made Toledo a factor here in Cincinnati."

Everhart says that Maalik Bomar has three great assets in "relentless pursuit, willingness to throw his body at the ball, and leadership."

What's even more impressive about Maalik is the respect he gets from his high school teammates. "Every player in my program respects Maalik and he really sets the tone each day in the strength room and in school," said Everhart.

Maalik is not the only Winton Woods product that is receiving attention from Division I schools. Chris Williams, Anthony Talbert, and Kevin Thomas all look to be solid Division I prospects as well.

Stay tuned to Rocket Digest over the coming months as we keep you updated on Maalik Bomar's recruitment. Recommended Stories

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