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Brian Bowen

Saginaw, MI - 2017

SchoolArthur Hill PositionSmall Forward Height6’6” Weight180 lbs. AAU TeamThe Family HometownSaginaw, MI Class2017
National Rank#16State Rank#1
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Size For Position
Ability To Create Plays
Feel For The Game
High Basketball IQ


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College Recruiting - Brian Bowen
School: Interest: Visit: Offer: Status:
Michigan StateMichigan State Hot 1/26/2014
KansasKansas Warmer
Boston CollegeBoston College Warm
Florida StateFlorida State Warm
IllinoisIllinois Warm 9/26/2015
IndianaIndiana Warm
Iowa StateIowa State Warm
LouisvilleLouisville Warm
MissouriMissouri Warm
St. JohnsSt. Johns Warm
TexasTexas Warm
Texas TechTexas Tech Warm
VanderbiltVanderbilt Warm
FloridaFlorida Cold
KentuckyKentucky Cold
MinnesotaMinnesota Cold
North Carolina StateNorth Carolina State Cold
Ohio StateOhio State Cold
SyracuseSyracuse Cold
Latest News on Brian Bowen
2017 PG Quade Green was voted a 1st team selection.EYBL Recap: All-Peach-Jam Teams

7/12/2016 by Brian Flinn – With a couple of days to reflect on what we saw, Future150 named its All-Peach Jam teams.

Carter holds onto the top spot in 2017Wendell Carter Fends Off Challengers For #1 Spot

6/14/2016 by Brian Flinn – With the summer live periods just a few short weeks away, Future150 updates its class of 2017 rankings, with a familiar face holding on to the top spot.

Giles has returned and looks great coming off an injuryPeach Jam Day 1: 2016 Standouts Shine

7/17/2014 by Brian Flinn – While there where a number of players who stood out on Wednesday, it was a pair of top 2016s in Harry Giles and Jayson Tatum that stole the show.

Austin Wiley (left) and Wendell Carter are among 2017s best.Freshmen Focus: Meet The Class Of 2017

2/03/2014 by Jason Pratt – The 2017 class is now more than halfway through their freshman year of high school. What have we learned so far about the talent within the group?