"That is a nice compliment," said Lowe. "Hitting is what I like to do. That is what is best about football."
Lowe earned All-State honors last season as a junior with 116 tackles, three sacks and three interceptions. He is working on track right now where he runs the 4x100 and 4x400 relays and also competes in the open quarter. As far as thinking about football recruiting he has four offers.
"They are all talking about safety or cornerback. I went to Oklahoma State's junior day (Feb. 2). It was nice. I really liked the coaching staff and I feel like I've had a chance to get to know them. I am also going to Kansas State and Texas Tech junior days coming up."
Lowe said he grew up an Oklahoma State fan in football and basketball, and a big reason is that he had an aunt that worked at OSU.
"I haven't decided how I'm going to go about making my decision," said Lowe of recruiting. "I know what I am looking for and I will check out as many schools as I can. Right now I know that I am going to the Nike camp in Fort Worth on April 26, but as far as any camps at schools I will wait before I decide on any of those."
The 6-1, 185-pound Lowe has better than 4.5 speed and he reports a bench press max of 230 pounds and a squat max of 370 pounds. He also goes by the nicknames D-Lo and Day.