The action started Friday when Lowe scored 42 points in the sectional semi-final and continued Monday with a 37-point night in the title game.
The 6-foot-5 shooting guard received a Seton Hall offer after the big night "I'm really starting to feel that sense of accomplishment," Lowe said. "Things are going well for me. I'm trying to live out my dream of playing college basketball. I'm going to keep doing what I'm doing and the hard work won't stop."
"Right now I'm trying to build a relationship with the Rutgers coaches," Lowe said. "I really like (assistant) coach (Kyle) Triggs and coach Jordan. I'm really starting to like Rutgers a lot."
Lowe is a pure scorer at the high school level, but said his size and physicality attracted Rutgers.
"They said I'm the type of guard they want," he said. "I play multiple positions and I can get the job done. That's the kind of person they need.
"I always picture myself playing in certain roles in games. I watched a lot of the kid J.J. Moore, and I see what Kadeem Jack does. He plays inside and outside."
Lowe enjoyed his overall visit at Rutgers, and hopes to make a return trip before the start of his senior year.
"It was a nice visit," Lowe said. "I didn't get to go around the campus this time, but I liked all of the coaches. I got to see the basketball game and had a good talk with them. It was a very good visit.
"I learned a lot. They played real tough defense. They like to pressure the ball a lot and they run a lot of switches. They move the ball around a lot. I think they are a very good team. Period."