Damon Lowe had a solid year for Trinity last season, leading the Shamrocks with 58 tackles, 9 tackles for loss and a sack. Unfortunately, Trinity had an uncharacteristically rough season.
“We went 6-6 last season. We had our ups and downs. We had a young team. But it went okay,” Lowe said.
Lowe wants to set an example for the younger players coming in this year. His goal is simple, and one that Trinity has annually.
“Obviously we want to win a state championship. I want to be more of a leader and be more vocal. I want to set an example for the younger players coming up,” he continued.
Lowe didn’t take any visits this summer, but he did get a chance to camp with Kentucky and get the attention of Defensive Coordinator D.J. Eliot.
“I went to Kentucky’s camp and I had a nice day there. (D.J. Eliot) said he wanted to hear more from me throughout the season. I guess he didn’t believe that I could move my feet that well,” Lowe said. “I was really quick on my feet. I had four interceptions that day. I went one-on-one against tight ends and running backs. I guess my ability to play sideline-to-sideline surprised him,” Lowe said.
Lowe likes the Kentucky staff and wants to hear more from them and anybody else He’s also getting interest from a couple of other schools.
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