Top Stories of 2014: #3 - Druw Bowen Participates in PBR Future Games



By Greg Williams
WV Director of Scouting

Druw BowenDruw Bowen made the long trip to Westfield, Indiana last August worthwhile, turning in a solid two-way performance as a member of the Team Pennsylvania roster at the 2014 PBR Future Games. The 6-foot-4, 195-pound RHP from George Washington High School sat 87-88 while striking out three in two innings of work against Team Kansas. The junior, who played at Valley-Fayette during his first two years of high school, also showcased a 71 mph curveball and a 75 mph changeup.

Bowen also participated as an outfielder flashing an 88 mph arm and an 86 mph bat exit velocity during scout day activities. The junior ran a 7.17 60-yard dash and went 2-for-2 at the plate in game action on the final day of the event.

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#5 - Bridgeport and Notre Dame Battle Late Into the Night
#6 - Inaugural West Virginia Top Prospect Games Take Place
#7 - Elite Eight Team Rankings Introduced
#8 - West Virginia Teams Head South
#9 - West Virginia Prospects Shine in Fall Program
#10 - West Virginia Scout Blog Introduced
#11 - PBR Office Moves to Manheim
#12 -
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