“I wasn’t initially expecting an offer, so when Coach (Jerry) Mack verbally offered me it made it feel way better,” Lewis told Off The Hook Sports.
“I am excited about Tennessee and what their education and football has to offer,” Lewis said.
The speedster was clocked in at sub-11 seconds on his 100-meter dash. He was also recently clocked in at 6.39 seconds in the indoor 55-meter race.
Lewis wasted no time scheduling a trip to Knoxville. The running back will be in attendance for Tennessee’s junior day on March 4. He will also be a “whole bunch of other schools” during the month of March.
c. jarreau“I can play a whole series with a plethora of different formations and schemes,” Lewis said. “I can bring a lot of speed and quickness to the backfield, whether it’s running the ball or route running.
That's pretty good!Lewis won the Class 4 55m state championship over the weekend. Tied the meet record with a 6.37.