Lowe ready to see stock soar

Trey Lowe is one who is really starting to emerge on the East Coast

On the AAU circuit Team Final is one of the top programs, and they have a pair of well-known already committed wings in Malachi Richardson and Donte Divincenzo. However another is clearly emerging in the person of Trey Lowe.

"He has outstanding range on his jump shot, he has grown to almost 6'6, and can pass and defend as well," said AAU coach Aaron Burt. "Also he is a good athlete who can play above the rim."

According to Burt Lowe has really transformed his game over the past year, and now is far more complete as a player.

"He was almost a point guard with ball handling skills, and he can do so many different things with his height, and now he is much more of a scorer," said Burt. "He averaged about 32 points in the state tournament."

Recruiting wise Lowe was getting mostly mid-major offers heading into his junior season, but now he is beginning to find himself on the high-major radar.

"Rutgers and Seton Hall just offered and Temple is real high on him," said Burt. "Playing with us in the EYBL, I am sure he will get more exposure and his stock should rise."

Burt says with the improvement that Lowe has made in the last year, there is no doubt in his mind that he can play at the highest levels of college basketball.

"I think he is definitely a high-major," said Burt. "I think he definitely can play in the ACC or the Big East."

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