West Virginia Freshman Makes RIDICULOUS Reach-Around One-Handed Catch (Video)
You are about to witness one of the most outstanding football catches you have ever seen, let alone this football season. And it didn’t even lead to a touchdown or field goal, because didn’t happen in a game. It happened in practice.
On Wednesday, the West Virginia Mountaineers were a running 1-on-1 passing drill from the five-yard line at practice when 6’2″ wide receiver Druw Bowen, a true freshman from just down I-79 in Charleston, made a catch that caused his teammates to lose their freaking minds. While back-peddling into the corner of the endzone, Bowen reached around his defender with his left arm to make an absolutely ridiculous one-handed catch while falling to the ground.
Take a look:
YES SIR Druw Bowen! The freshman put in some work today! pic.twitter.com/w1a5Yvu2Nn
— WVU Football (@WVUfootball) September 22, 2016
Yep. That was good.
According to Max Preps, Bowen also played baseball in high school. However, I would say he made a wise choice going with football at WVU. The kid has not appeared in a game for the Mountaineers yet, but it looks as though his time is coming.
Hat Tip – [Deadspin]