Bowman spent three years with the Eagles, averaging 19 points, 7.5 rebounds, four assists and 1.4 steals during his junior season.
Those numbers earned him second-team All-ACC honors.
According to Schultz, Bowman "could have been drafted, but did not want to commit to a two-way deal" that would have led to him spending the majority of his rookie season in the G-League.
So he bet on himself and landed on a Warriors team that will certainly need depth next season, with both Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant hitting free agency and likely out for most if not all of the 2019-20 season, even if they re-sign with the Dubs.
He'll join Jordan Poole, Eric Paschall and Alen Smailagic as Warriors rookies looking to carve out a role for themselves next season. And he'll try to join the ranks of previous undrafted players like Toronto Raptors guard Fred VanVleet, who was a thorn in the Warriors' side during the NBA Finals.
With playing time likely available for the Warriors next season, Bowman has a real chance to make his bet on himself look like a smart move.