Daytawion Lowe was outstanding last Friday in a triangular scrimmage with Del City and Owasso. Lowe had a 65-yard catch and (mainly) run for a touchdown. He also had three highlight reel collisions on defense.
"Daytawion said he is not going to Nebraska with David (Oku)," said Coach Rollins of a report that Lowe was going to accompany his Carl Albert teammate in September on an official visit to Nebraska. "He told me that he has not set any dates on any of his visits and the only school that he has confirmed a visit with is Pittsburgh."
Rollins went on to explain the interest in Pittsburgh comes former Carl Albert football and basketball player Harold Wilson, who is going to school at Pitt and studying to become a mechanical or electrical engineer, and Lowe has an interest in engineering.
Rollins also said that Lowe did not say he wouldn't take an official visit to OSU as had been reported by another source. He is considering OSU, along with several other schools, to be among his official visits of which the NCAA rules allow up to five.
That follows in line with the other two schools that Lowe mentioned to us, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech, as both of those universities have nationally acclaimed engineering schools.
Lowe and his teammates at Carl Albert have another scrimmage Thursday before starting the regular season on Sept. 5. The Titans will be in Yukon for a four-way event Thursday with Yukon, Edmond Memorial, and Stillwater.
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