Cincinnati Winton Woods is one of the top talent producing high schools in the state of Ohio, with the Warriors regularly sending players to Division-I college programs. They finished as the state runnerup in Division-II in Ohio last season.

This year will be no exception at Winton Woods, with several players on the roster holding college offers, including 2021 outside linebacker prospect Bam Booker. He flashed last year in varsity action as a freshman.

The younger brother of three-star 2019 defensive lineman Anthony "Tank" Booker has also caught the attention of college coaches in the same fashion that his older brother has. Anthony Booker holds multiple offers at this time, and his younger brother looks to be the same type of impact player on defense.

"I might play either defensive end or outside linebacker, but I look at myself as an athlete," Bam Booker stated. "I didn't start on the varsity last season, but I did get to play on the varsity."

"I think I am the type of player that will learn from my coaches and from our older players what I need to do out on the field, and that's what I tried to do last season," he added. "I have a strong will to succeed and I have the work ethic to get better as a player."

"On the field, I think my pass rush was the best thing I did and I am pretty fast getting off the ball," he continued. "I've been working on getting stronger, so I can be a better run stopper this season. I want to be better at taking on double-teams, and splitting them this year."

Booker landed his first college scholarship offer in June, and that certainly came as a surprise to the rising sophomore.

"I was offered by Western Michigan earlier this summer, and I felt blessed to get my first offer," Booker admitted. "They really liked my height and my frame, plus how athletic I am for my size, and they went ahead and gave me the offer. To hear that news was exciting, but it made me want to work even harder to get more."

"A lot of schools know about me from recruiting my brother, and I have talked to both Kentucky and Cincinnati already," he noted. "I also have a lot of teammates that are being recruited, so college coaches know the talent we have at Winton Woods."

"Some schools I would love to have offers from would be Florida State and USC, but I would consider all schools that would offer me a scholarship," he said. "Going far away to school would not be a problem for me at all, and I will just look for the school that will be right for me."