Lowry's Committed but Looking

Seyvon Lowry told Scout exactly how strong his commitment is to UCF and you can find that out, what schools he plans to visit, and more right here.

"I am a good 70-percent committed to UCF right now. I am still keeping my options open a little, looking around some, and all that, but I am still committed right now, and just working on my academics," Seyvon Lowry told Scout.

Who are the schools coming hard after the 6-foot-4, 228 pound defensive end out of Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast?

"I have been talking to West Virginia a lot lately and I have been in touch with Ole Miss a good bit too. Miami has made contact with me recently and they are starting to show interest in me too. Those are the mains schools right now."

The Knights still sit on top of Lowry's list right now, but the Mountaineers and Rebels are on his mind.

"I will definitely visit UCF, Ole Miss, and West Virginia officially after the season. I do not want to say that is my top three, but they are schools I am very interested in."

The bond with coaches and other recruits is what continues to set UCF apart from the others.

"I like the coaches at UCF and I have a good relationship with them. I also have gotten to know some of the other commits, so we are all pretty close like a family. That is really what is keeping me committed to UCF right now."

Recruiting is going to become a bigger priority for Lowry late in the year and early into 2013, but for now, the 2012 football season has his complete attention.

"I am waiting for the season to over to set up my official visits because I will be able to focus on recruiting more then," he said. "I am still trying to get another state championship ring right now and that is all I am really thinking about."

Scout ranks Lowry the No. 65 defensive end in the country.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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