FINAL FOUR SCHOOLS FOR TREY LOWE

HoopsIntel Staff, HoopsIntel.com, on July 29, 2014
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Trey Lowe had a strong spring and summer AAU run with Team Final and has fielded a strong list of offers from a variety of college programs. The 6-foot-6 and 175-pound shooting guard out of Ewing (NJ) will be going out of state for college as indicated by his final four, which he announced via Twitter on Monday night.

In addition to his final four schools of SMU, St. Joseph’s, VCU and Temple, Lowe also was previously considering Rutgers, Seton Hall, Fordham, Drexel, among others, in varying degrees. Before he listed his finalists he had a message for all the schools that participated in his recruitment.

“I will be cutting my list to 4 schools…but before I do that I’d like to thank every coach who has showed interest me and rode along [this] journey with me, I appreciate the advice each and every coach has given me as well,” said Lowe via his Twitter.

During his junior season Lowe lead Ewing High School into the Group III state title game by averaging over 30 points a game in the playoffs and nearly 28 points a game during the regular season. Lowe showed more of a diverse offensive game this spring and summer with Team Final in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League and his recruitment went up several levels to the high major range. Over the 16-game EYBL regular season Lowe averaged just over 10 points a game in 18 minutes a contest as Team Final went 14-2. In the five game EYBL Finals at the Peach Jam he averaged 9 points a game, including scoring 17 in a 58-55 win over Howard Pulley.

Below is a Courtside Films mixtape of Lowe from earlier in the EYBL season:


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