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2014 — His contributions could not be documented merely by statistics despite looming as one of Oregon’s top three receivers through the first six games . . . Eclipsed his previous single-season bests for receiving yards (266) and touchdowns (4) by mid-October before completing the year fifth on the Ducks’ receiving chart (28 catches, 414 yds, 5 TDs) . . . Yet it was his downfield blocking as well as his leadership skills that set him apart as he was voted by his teammates a share of Oregon’s Most Inspirational Player award . . . Caught three or more passes in each of four outings after opening the year with one grab for 18 yards against South Dakota . . . Included was a collegiate-best five catches for 104 yards and two touchdowns at Washington State in addition to latching onto scoring grabs vs. Michigan State, Arizona and Ohio State . . . The 11-game starter also converted touchdown catches of 37 and 57 yards against the Spartans and Cougars, respectively . . . Twenty-two of his 28 receptions resulted in first downs or touchdowns . . . Shared the lead in catches in three games and also returned one kickoff for 10 yards vs. South Dakota . . . Took part in more snaps than any other offensive teammate against Michigan State (82) and Arizona (84).
2013 — The second-year starter put together his most consistent season to date as team’s fifth-leading receiver caught passes in 10 of his 12 appearances . . . Opened the first nine games of the year as well as the Alamo Bowl win over Texas, finishing the year with 18 catches for 233 yards and three touchdowns . . . Also returned seven kickoffs for 128 yards (18.3 avg.) . . . Grabbed a season-high four catches for 48 yards and one score in the win over Washington State . . . Also contributed three receptions for 26 yards in wins at Virginia (including 1 TD) and Washington, in addition to returning two kicks for 30 yards in Seattle . . . Enjoyed a career-long 40-yard reception in the season-opening victory over Nicholls in addition to returning two kickoffs for 60 yards, including a season-long 48-yarder . . . Also one of team’s kick coverage mainstays, recording a trio of unassisted tackles among his four stops, with two of them occurring against the Cavaliers . . . Yet his forte remained his tenacity as a blocker as he often could be found downfield springing a ball carrier for a sizeable gain . . . Took part in more than 70 plays on five occasions, including 80 snaps against the Huskies.
2012 — The 10-game starter snagged catches in nine of 13 appearances to make his presence felt as part of the wide receivers regular rotation… Shared honors as team’s fifth-leading receiver with 22 receptions, yet ranked fourth in yards-per-catch (11.1 avg.) among players with 10 or more grabs . . . Also fifth in receiving yards (244) and tied for fourth in scoring catches (3) … Credited with one-game best of five catches for 51 yards in loss to Stanford in addition to snagging scoring grabs vs. the Cardinal, Washington and Tennessee Tech . . . Accounted for career-high 80 all-purpose yards against the Golden Eagles and California, including one kickoff return for 60 yards in Berkeley . . . Recorded one solo tackle and returned two kicks for 45 yards in the Fiesta Bowl victory vs. Kansas State … Completed season averaging 22.7 yards on 11 kickoff returns (250 yards) . . . In addition to his receiving skills also was a standout on special teams, tallying 10 tackles on kick coverage units . . . Recovered a pair of fumbles to go with one unassisted tackle in win at Oregon State … Added a pair of catches for 40 yards and recorded two tackles in win at USC … Ran back two kickoffs for 59 yards and made one solo stop on special teams in victory at Arizona State … Recorded one reception for a 21-yard touchdown and also made one tackle, along with returning one kickoff for 24 yards, in win vs. Washington … Caught three passes for 46 yards and scored first collegiate touchdown in win vs. Tennessee Tech … Added three kickoff returns for 34 yards against the Golden Eagles …Tied for a team-high four receptions for a total of 34 yards in opening win vs. Arkansas State.
2011 — Appeared in eight games, playing primarily on special teams … Had a pair of solo tackles in win at Stanford … Made two tackles in back-to-back wins against Washington State and Washington … First career forced fumble to go along with a pair of solo tackles in win at Colorado … Ranked fourth best among receivers in the fly 30 (2.95) in winter conditioning.
2010 — Worked with the scout team during redshirt season.
BEFORE OREGON — The Oregon 6A Defensive Player of the Year as a defensive back also played running back and wide receiver for the Crusaders, who sported a 12-2 record and a state title game appearance his senior year … Also named 6A first-team all-state on offense as a wide receiver … The Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection rushed for 1,213 yards on 150 carries with 20 touchdowns while catching 42 passes for 603 yards and seven additional scores his final year … Also had four interceptions and a fumble recovery on defense … On special teams, returned 15 kickoffs for 318 yards with a long of 39 yards, and led the Crusaders in scoring with 29 total touchdowns … As a junior in 2008, had 193 yards rushing on 25 carries for three touchdowns and added a team-high 42 receptions for 718 yards and eight scores … Had three interceptions and one fumble recovery on defense… On special teams, returned nine kickoffs for 376 yards including a long of 96 yards … On the track, was a six-time winner in the 100 meters as a junior, including a season-best 10.77 at the Metro League Championships … Placed first in the 200 with a time of 21.94 … Rated a four-star recruit and the No. 17 ranked athlete by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL — Parents: Kevin and Jennifer Lowe. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Jesuit (Ken Potter), 2010. Major: General Social Science.
LOWE'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12 [t-58th], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Touchdowns: 2 [t-41st], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Rush attempts: 1, vs Arizona, 12/05/14
Rush yards: 9, vs Arizona, 12/05/14 (1 carries)
Long rush: 9, vs Arizona, 12/05/14
Receptions: 5, at Washington State, 09/20/14; Stanford, 11/17/12
Receiving yards: 104 [t-47th], at Washington State, 09/20/14 (5 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2 [t-6th], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Long reception: 57 [t-31st], at Washington State, 09/20/14
Total offense attempts: 1, vs Arizona, 12/05/14 (1 rush,0 pass)
Total ofense yards: 9, vs Arizona, 12/05/14 (9 rush,0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 104, at Washington State, 09/20/14
Kick returns: 3 [t-35th], Tennessee Tech, 09/15/12
Kick return yards: 60, Nicholls, 08/31/13 (2 returns); at California, 11/10/12 (1 returns)
Long kick return: 60 [17th], at California, 11/10/12
Tackles: 2, 9 times
Fumbles forced: 1 [t-6th], at Colorado, 10/22/11; at Colorado, Oct 22, 2011
Fumbles recovered: 2 [t-2nd], at Oregon State, 11/24/12