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West Virginia Baseball Lands Oklahoma Transfer Keegan Allen

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West Virginia baseball has landed highly touted Oklahoma sophomore transfer Keegan Allen. Allen brings three years of eligibility with him to West Virginia.

Allen went to Oklahoma last year as the No. 84 rated right handed pitcher in the entire country according to Perfect Game and the No. 64 such player according to Prep Baseball Report.

Allen only pitched seven innings last season, striking out eight total. He started his career with five straight scoreless appearances in relief, but his last four games he gave up at least a run each time. This was capped off by a three-run one-inning appearance to end the season against Dallas Baptist.

Allen went to Oklahoma from Rogers, Arkansas and played baseball at IMG Academy. He has a fastball that sits in the low 90s and also throws a slider, curveball and a change up. Prior to signing with Oklahoma, he was a verbal commitment to Georgia Tech.

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