Arizona road grader is one to watch

The Grand Canyon State of Arizona just came off one of their best years for football talent for the class of 2004. Though there may not be as many prospects for the class of 2005 there still are plenty to go around as the state of Arizona is coming into its own as a solid place to find football talent.
Peoria (Ariz.) Centennial could have up to four players go to the D-I level. One of those players from Centennial who should get a D-I scholie is offensive tackle Jordan Lowe (6-4, 305, 5.4).
Lowe started his junior season weighing 360 pounds, he has worked his tail off and now is down to 305.
“Jordan came into school as an undisciplined freshman,” Centennial head coach Richard Taylor said. “The light has turned on for Jordan and he has worked himself into a legitimate D-I prospect.”
“At the end of Jordan’s junior season when we ran (Terry) Longbons behind Jordan there were times that he didn’t get touched until he was in the defensive backfield,” Taylor said. “Jordon is a great run and he has good feet for a big man.”
To go with Lowe’s good feet, he also has pretty good strength too. His bench is 360 and he squats 480.
Lowe is a player who is just beginning to tap into his potential and definitely one to put on your one’s to watch list for the class of 2005.
Lowe is a three year starter who is already getting looks from Arizona State, Arizona, Oregon, Oregon State and Wisconsin.