The coaches met with the Centennial coaches and Lowe to announce the scholarship, but the 6-4, 295-pound blocker quickly gave them a commitment.
"He's really excited," said his mother Cynthia Lowe. "We're so happy, there's no words to describe how thrilled we are."
Lowe had a very good one-day camp and turned some heads, despite being hampered with a hamstring injury. He had trimmed down some and was much quicker that he was his junior year where he won first team all-region and honorable mention all-state honors. He showed a mean streak, which had to impress the coaches.
He was a high school tackle and played every line position at the camp. He projects as a guard at the college level.
Lowe is 295 pounds, but still has a lot of room to bulk up. He fits the mold of tall, athletic linemen with room to grow that the Wildcats are trying to draw. At the one-day camp he showed great toughness and quick feet.