The 5-foot-9, 185-pound senior running back and free safety rushed for 1,727 yards and 25 touchdowns on 135 carries this past season, leading the Crusaders (10-2) to the Class 6A state quarterfinals. Lowe, who missed two regular-season games due to illness, also caught 26 passes for 589 yards and 10 scores. Defensively, he recorded five interceptions. A First Team All-State selection as a junior despite playing in just eight games because of an injury, he concluded his prep football career with 3,654 rushing yards, averaging 13.5 yards per carry.
Lowe has maintained a B average in the classroom. He has verbally committed to play football on scholarship at the University of Washington in the fall of 2018.
Lowe has volunteered locally with multiple community-service initiatives through the Police Activities League of Greater Portland. “Trey Lowe is one of the best backs I have seen in my 22 years as a coach,” said Jay Minyard, head coach of Sprague High. “He has a great blend of speed and physicality that is very rare in high school.”