For the first time today, it’s portal time!
The latest to be hit by the phenomenon that’s (still) sweeping the world of college football is Washington, with 247Sports.com reporting that Trey Lowe has decided to enter his name into the NCAA transfer database. A UW official subsequently confirmed that the receiver has taken the initial step in leaving the Huskies.
As we’ve stated ad nauseam, a player who enters the portal can be contacted by other schools without his current school granting permission. The player can also yank his name out of the portal and remain at his original school.
Conversely, the school is permitted to strip the player of his scholarship at the end of the semester in which he entered the database.
Lowe was a four-star member of the Huskies’ 2018 recruiting class, rated as the No. 6 player at any position in the state of Oregon.
The Portland product played in the last two games of his true freshman season. Lowe dealt with an unspecified infection during summer camp and hasn’t appeared in any games this season.