Out of Texas, Jordan Lowery has continued to emerge as a star in the 2025 class. Not just a star in the lone star state, he has also developed into a top one hundred players nationally. The 6’2” point guard of Guyer High School has already received a trio of scholarship offers for himself plus interest from plenty of high major programs. Schools coast to coast are starting to recruit the highly impactful and skilled 2025 guard.  

He received his first offer early on in his freshman year from Oklahoma State. He has since also added offers from Kansas State and St. Louis University. Some of the other schools showing interest in him recently include Arkansas, Florida, Gonzaga, Memphis, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech, from a long list. 

Lowery is looking to take visits to Arkansas, Kansas State, and Oklahoma State soon now that is sophomore season is complete. The floor general has already taken visits to a couple of high major programs with LSU and Texas Tech during his sophomore year. 

“Two-way playmaker,” Lowery first said to describe his own game. “I’m a great defender and on the offensive end I get my teammates involved and can score.”

He is coming off a stellar sophomore season in which he averaged 14 points and 5 assists per game. Not only a standout on the hardwood, but he also earned himself academic all-district honors for himself this season. Next up this spring Lowery will once again be playing with Drive Nation on the EYBL.