didn't start the first couple games last season. Once he finally got into the lineup, he never looked back, passing for 1464 yards, rushing for another 1172 and accounting for 35 total touchdowns. Maybe even more impressive was how he took care of the ball, only throwing four interceptions. With a good arm, all the intangibles and natural athleticism, he is a good fit for spread offenses. At only 5'10, there are size concerns, but he has been compared to Kansas' Todd Reesing
by coaches. Already hearing from Cincinnati
, Central Michigan
and others, here are some clips of his impressive junior season.
*Side note - #4 on the tape is Torsten Boss, an athletic WR/DB prospect who is one of the state's best.
Part One - Watch Video
Part Two - Watch Video
Part Three - Watch Video
Kyle Nichol had some pressure coming in as the starter last year simply because of the name on his jersey. With an older brother at Oklahoma, the average high school player may have crumbled under those expectations. Luckily for Lowell, Kyle is no average high school player.