On the Trail
At first glance, Lowe likes like a pure shooting guard with great size, considering his ability to pull up and knock down perimeter shots with ease and his increased skill at finishing tough buckets around the rim. But though scoring is his best attribute, he’s become a much better passer, often recording six or more assists in his games with Ewing; he does a good job of creating opportunities on the break, but also passes well while posting up opposing guards and makes good decisions while attacking the basket as well. His length makes him a very good perimeter defender and he’ll block a few shots as well. Though he clearly needs to get stronger to adjust to the college game, Lowe looks like the type of player that Temple coach Fran Dunphy will have developed into an All-Conference type scoring guard by the time he finishes up his college career. –January 6, 2015
(August 7, 2014): Lowe committed to Temple University.
(July 28, 2014) Lowe has cut his final list down to four schools: Temple, St. Joe’s, VCU and his newest offer, SMU. He plans on taking visits in August and September before making a final decision.
(March 16, 2014) Lowe has been offered by Rutgers and Seton Hall in the past week. He is also getting new interest from Creighton, Villanova and Vanderbilt. Lowe helped lead his team to the New Jersey Group 3 final before falling to Newark Eastside.
(October 3, 2013): Lowe’s offer list currently consists of Temple, Saint Joseph’s, Rider, Drexel, Boston University, Hofstra and Monmouth.
(June 24, 2013): Lowe received an offer from Temple on an unofficial visit there. His offer list now has the Owls, Boston U, Drexel and St. Joe’s.
(June 15, 2013): Lowe got an offer from Boston University, as the Patriot League school was first to offer the skinny 6-foot-4 shooting guard. Lowe also heard from St. Joe’s, Seton Hall, Temple and Holy Cross.
(May 26, 2013): Lowe switched AAU teams from the NJ Roadrunners to WE R1, and CoBL spoke with him at the Team Philly Memorial Day tournament about that decision:
He played with the 17Us at last weekend’s Team Final Big Shots event, but this was the first time he got to play with the talented 16U frontcourt of Jones, Aflakpui and Tim Delaney, all of whom are headed for the highest levels of Division I basketball in two years.
“With the bigs, it’s easier for me to shoot now because they’re filling on the bigs and I’m just spotting up from outside,” he said. Recruiting-wise, he said he’s “hearing from Maryland, Rutgers, Rider, St. Joe’s, Drexel, most of the Philly schools too.”
(April 8, 2013): CoBL spoke to Lowe at the Team Final AAU Scrimmages:
He said he’s hearing from “Temple, Rutgers, and Drexel” the most, with Syracuse, Penn, Boston University and “other Ivies” also showing some interest. He’s already taken unofficial visits to Temple, Rutgers and Saint Joseph’s, and has no timetable for his decision.