Here are junior season highlights of Wake Forest commitment Tommy Bohanon, a feature running back…
Signee Profile: Tommy Bohanon
Senior Stats: 80 tackles, 3 forced fumbles; 30 carries for 300 yards and 6 touchdowns, 9 catches for 170 yards and 2 touchdowns
Senior Awards: 1st Team All Area, 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-District
Why Wake Forest? "Wake was right for me because of their academics as well as the football program. The program is getting better each year. I also feel i fit in well with their offense."
North Fort Myers Barry Goettemoeller: "Tommy is a old school type of full back and he plays with that type of mentality. He is also a student of the game with great vision and awareness on the field. Tommy has been a power lifter his whole life and is a real physical specimen. He comes from a great family and is a high character kid. Tommy is a special player and will do whatever his coaches ask."
Offers: Syracuse, Michigan State, Louisville, Central Florida and Florida Atlantic
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