Trey Lowe, a 4-star all-purpose back out of Jesuit in Portland, Oregon, is one of the Washington Huskies’ most anticipated signees of their 2018 recruiting class.
At 5’9″ and 174 pounds, Lowe can stand to put on some muscle in the Huskies’ weight room but nevertheless brings versatility to an offense that thrives when it’s dynamic. He was also named the 2017-18 Gatorade Football Player of the Year in Oregon.
Here’s all your profile information on the Washington commit:
4-star APB Trey Lowe
247Sports composite ranking: No. 5 prospect in Oregon, No. 6 all-purpose back, No. 284 overall
Hometown: Portland, Oregon
Weight: 174 pounds
Offers: 7, including Washington State, Oregon State, Oregon and Boise State
Commitment: March 15, 2017
Senior season stats: 1,727 rushing yards, 25 rushing TDs, 589 receiving yards, 10 receiving TDs
Where he fits at Washington: Lowe is part of a slew of offensive skill players for the UW class that also includes Marquis Spiker and Austin Osborne. His size seemingly indicates a slot or returner-type role, meaning Lowe could be the heir apparent to Dante Pettis in a few years.
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