Williams Field High School is not known for producing division-I prospects, but 6-foot-9 senior forward Wyatt Lowell will be their biggest and best, thus far. Lowell helped himself this club season as much as any Arizona prospect, and also proved why he is considered among the elite prospects in Arizona's 2016 class.
Lowell is a long and lean wing prospect with a nice overall skillset and good overall versatility. Lowell traveled the last two spring and summers with former superstar St. Mary's HS girl's head coach Curtis Ekmark and his Arizona Warriors club team.
"This was one of the first times that I had seen Lowell in person, and I came away very impressed with him," said Arizona Preps writer and scout Chris Buchanan.
Lowell has as much upside as anyone in Arizona’s 2016 class. Lowell currently holds offers from Oklahoma State, Weber State, UC Davis, Rice, Utah Valley, San Diego, Lehigh, Northern Arizona, and Colgate. Clemson and BYU have also shown significant interest in Lowell as well.
Lowell is a long and skilled wing prospect with a superb shooting stroke – making him an attractive looking prospect. The cousin and also very similar as a player to former BYU forward Stephen Rogers, Lowell is a talented performer with upside as a player.
Lowell is of Mormon-descent, so the lure to play for a Utah-based college program will be something interesting to observe in his college decision.
Lowell will look to make his college decision this fall, and should take several official recruiting visits before making his decision.
Arizona Preps will continue to follow the recruitment of Lowell closely, and bring you any updates as they continue to develop.
Arizona Hoop Review Scouting Report: Lowell is a long and tall wing prospect that likes to play on the perimeter - suiting him nicely with a bigger college team that has bigger post players, allowing him to play on the wing. He shoots a high percentage from the field, and is able to score inside and out. Still needs to develop as a low post player, since he enjoys the perimeter, but he is definitely skilled enough and big enough to create match-up problems for most opposing forwards. One of the best parts of Lowell’s game is that he possesses a very quick, clean shooting stroke from all over the court and he converts at a fairly high rate. Lowell also knows how to use his frame and size to his advantage on the offensive end. Lowell is also very solid on the defensive end, as he is a capable shotblocker. A solid rebounder. A good ball handler and passer. OK defender.