Bogan Ready for Next Step

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Western Michigan commit Jamauri Bogan led his team to the title game before falling to Ridge in the North Jersey Section 2 Group V final, and afterward he spoke about his transition to college.

Jamauri Bogan ended his senior season with nearly 1,600 rushing yards, but it also ended in disappointment when Union (N.J.) High fell to Ridge (N.J.) 48-13 at High Point Solutions Stadium.

Still, Bogan finished the season with 1,581 yards and 19 touchdowns, and now he is off to Western Michigan to play for coach P.J. Fleck. Recommended Stories

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Union (N.J.) High running back Jamauri Bogan committed to Western Michigan.


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