By Brandon Chatmon Modified: February 4, 2009 at 2:19 pm •  Published: February 4, 2009
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photo - Carl Albert High School defensive back Daytawion Lowe signs letter of intent to play football at Oklahoma State University during a ceremony in the lobby of school's athletic facility Wednesday afternoon, February 4, 2009. BY JIM BECKEL
Carl Albert High School defensive back Daytawion Lowe signs letter of intent to play football at Oklahoma State University during a ceremony in the lobby of school's athletic facility Wednesday afternoon, February 4, 2009. BY JIM BECKEL
MIDWEST CITY — Opportunity. That’s what Carl Albert safety Daytawion Lowe saw when he visited Oklahoma State during the recruiting process.

“I feel like there’s an opportunity (to play early) there,” Lowe said. “I’m going to go up there and play my heart out like I did at Carl Albert.”

Lowe became a Cowboy on Wednesday, signing with OSU over offers from Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Texas Tech, Missouri and Nebraska.

“I’m happy and excited,” Lowe said. “My heart was there. It’s close to home, the program is growing and I like the coaching staff.”

With OSU in need of secondary help, Lowe will have the opportunity to play early in Stillwater.

Lowe had 127 tackles and four interceptions as a senior.