BREAKING: Wide Receiver Trey Lowe Has Decided To Transfer

The Washington Huskies Football team is in the middle of its bye week but some news about one of its talented wide receivers broke this morning.

Redshirt Freshman Trey Lowe has decided to change course for his college career and enter himself into the NCAA transfer portal according to 247Sports.  The University of Washington has declined to comment or confirm at this time.

Lowe, a former four-star recruit is a product of Jesuit High School in Portland, Oregon and was the 2017 Oregon Gatorade Player Of The Year.

During this past fall camp, Lowe had a very productive showing and looked like a guy who was poised to seize some significant playing time.

That never transpired as Lowe was sidelined all season with health issues relating to an infection and was never able to see the field.

At the wide receiver position, the Huskies have some talented commitments lined up to sign with them for the 2020 recruiting class.


2019: Has yet to see any game action this season.

2018: Played in two games as a true freshman, thus preserving a redshirt season under the new NCAA rules … made his 2018 debut in the Pac-12 Championship game vs. Utah … also played in the Rose Bowl vs. Ohio State.

HIGH SCHOOL: The 2017 Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year after rushing for 2,316 all-purpose yards, over 1,700 yards rushing and 35 total touchdowns … invited to play in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … led Jesuit (10-2) to the Oregon 6A quarterfinals, … earned 6A first-team all-state at running back as a junior in 2016, when he rushed for 1,800 yards and 34 touchdowns in just seven games (due to injury) … made All-Metro League at slot receiver as a sophomore in 2015 … the country’s No. 48 wide receiver prospect, according to … ranked the No. 23 running back prospect in the nation by ESPN … ranked the No. 143 overall prospect and No. 4 all-purpose back in the country by … PrepStar All-America … brother, Keanon, was a standout wide receiver for Oregon  … a standout sprinter on the track team … finished second in the 6A state championship meet in the 4×100-meter relay in 2017 … played football for coach Ken Potter.


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