Four-star Rivals100 offensive tackle Butch Lewis of Aurora (Colo.) Regis Jesuit is having the type of summer many would expect from a top ranked prospect of his caliber.
One official visit is set and Lewis is just taking in all the successes that his high school career has brought him. However, he is also taking the leadership role with his high school team in preparation for a big senior season. Things are rolling right along, but not too fast for Lewis.
"It's going good, we really don't know what we've got yet," Lewis said. "No prediction on the season just yet."
Predicting his official visit schedule is, however, getting easier. One visit to Nebraska is set for Oct. 28 and his next looks close to being in the books.
"I'm probably going to go Georgia for my next one," Lewis said. "There's no date yet, but I know I'll be visiting there."
Lewis said that he will be taking each official visit and most likely will finish all five before making his commitment known. His list of favorites basically includes every school that is interested in him with an offer.
"The schools like Oklahoma, California, Georgia, Nebraska, Notre Dame, along with some others are the ones I'm looking at real hard," Lewis said. "I stopped hearing from Miami so I don't know what happened there. I guess they have so much talent down there, they don't need to come out West."
Even with numerous tradition-rich schools vying for his commitment, Lewis takes the time to look back and remember the road he took to get here.
"It's new and unexpected," Lewis said. "My main goal is to finish this right by finding a school that benefits me the best both academically and athletically."
The Rivals100 member is also the No. 1 overall prospect in the state of Colorado.