When Miami (Fla.) Columbus linebacker Antonio Lowery suited up the first time to play football, he never imagined that during his senior year he would have 25 scholarships that he would have to choose from.
That is exactly what has happened and the 6-foot, 199-pound prospect now has to make the tough decision that top prospect do to just choose one of those colleges to attend after high school. He's got a lot of schools under consideration.
"I'm very open right now," Lowery said. "I mean I'm looking at South Carolina, Alabama, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Rutgers, Syracuse, North Carolina State, Michigan State, and a lot of others. Michigan State was actually just down at my school this past week. Almost every coach has come down in the last couple of months."
Lowery is not ready to name who will get one of his five coveted visits. He'll have plenty to time to decide on those because he says that his decision will come on Signing Day.
"I'm not sure who I'll see when that time comes," Lowery said. "Everybody is equal and they're all pushing really hard. It makes your decision a whole lot harder."
Right now, Lowery is just focused on getting back into school after the hurricane.
"Well, we're heading back on Tuesday," he said. "I can't wait to get back it. We're undefeated and we're ready to go. Then I'm going to take my SAT on Nov. 5. After that, I'll set up the trips."