Trey Lowe Commits To WVU
By Kevin Kinder
West Virginia added its 11th commitment to its football class of 2018 when quarterback Woodrow “Trey” Lowe announced his decision to join the quickly growing Mountaineer verbal list on Tuesday afternoon. Lowe committed via a well-produced video on Twitter.
— Woodrow Lowe (Trey) (@treylowe10) July 11, 2017
Lowe, who runs the offense at Central High School in Bolivar, Tenn., continues a flurry of offensive players who have committed to WVU program over the past couple of weeks. The Mountaineers have added four wide receivers, along with a linebacker, since June 23.
“West Virginia is a great place and I really like what they’re doing with their program,” Lowe told BlueGoldNews.com earlier this summer after receiving a scholarship offer. That proved to be enough for Lowe to choose WVU over the likes of Illinois, North Carolina, Army, Navy, Houston, Memphis, Charlotte and a host of other schools.
As a junior, Lowe showed dual threat capability. While noting that he looks to throw the ball first, he is also adept at making the decision at the right time to pull the ball down and run with it. He threw for 1,601 yards and 20 scores against just four interceptions in 2016, while playing for his father, Woodrow Lowe Jr., who coaches the Tigers. His grandfather, Woodrow Lowe, played for Alabama and is a member of the college Football Hall of Fame.
Lowe is also a standout baseball player at Bolivar.