Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks secured a great commitment on Tuesday evening, with Lake Oswego star Justius Lowe announcing that he would be coming a couple of hours south on I-5 to play in Eugene.
Lowe, who is a 3-star ATH that is ranked as the 4th best player in the state of Oregon, recently de-committed from the Utah Utes and decided to open up his recruitment once again. It didn’t take long for him to find a new home and decide to stay in the state.
Lowe is ranked as the No. 55 athlete in the nation, No. 832 overall. He holds offers from some other big-name schools, including Notre Dame, Arizona State, Florida and USC.
What will be interesting to see is how the Ducks plan to use him in 2022 and beyond. Lowe has experience playing as both a receiver and in the secondary, but he was recruited primarily by Oregon offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham and wide receiver’s coach Junio Adams.
If the Ducks do end up sticking him on offense, it will be a huge help for the depth at the WR position. Regardless of where he lines up, though, it’s great for the Ducks to be keeping one of the best Oregon players in-state.
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