Kansas Eyes QB Country Trainee Kyle Lowe
John Kirby, Jayhawk Slant (Rivals Network)
At 5-foot-10, 175 pounds, Lowe has the arm strength and athletic ability that will attract attention from several college recruiters. He patterns his game after Kyler Murray who played at Oklahoma and now with the Arizona Cardinals.
“He’s explosive and very smart,” said Lowe Jr of his son. “He can do all the checks and things at the line of scrimmage. He’s gifted. He’s always been academically gifted, and he’ll be able to make all the checks and all the adjustments.”
Lowe grew up watching his brother Trey, who signed at West Virginia as a quarterback. He was a semi-finalist for Mr. Football in Tennessee.
“One of the things he always used to say, “dad, I want to play quarterback,’” Woodrow Jr. said. “We developed him when he was in eighth and ninth grade. We got with QB Country and got him a quarterback coach, and we started developing his fundamentals. He’s fundamentally sound.”