Army linebacker Leo Lowin will play his final college football game in his home state of Texas.
Lowin, the Black Knights’ leading tackler his junior and senior seasons, has accepted an invitation to participate in the College Gridiron Showcase on Jan. 5-7 in Fort Worth, Texas.
The three-day event includes opportunities for interviews with scouts and executives and culminates with an all-star game.
Lowin’s 235 career tackles rank 30th in Army football history. The senior made a team-high 92 tackles. Lowin forced four fumbles, tied for fourth in a single season at the academy.
A National Football Foundation National Scholar-Athlete, Lowin has made the Dean’s list at West Point every semester and has a 3.92 grade-point average. Lowin received the New York Athletic Club’s Scholar-Athlete award earlier this month and was a finalist for the Campbell Trophy, “the academic Heisman.”
Lowin helped lead Westlake High School in Austin to a Texas state championship in 2019.