The recruitment for five star athlete Whitney Lewis (6-1, 215, 4.35) from Ventura (Calif.) Saint Bonaventure is getting clearer. This outstanding athlete has pretty much narrowed down his schools to two with two more schools struggling to stay in the hunt.
Lewis had just about every school in the nation clamoring for his services.
“It is pretty much down to USC and FSU,” Saint Bonaventure head coach John Mack. “I just had Florida State in my office this morning.”
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“It looks like USC and FSU will battle it down to the wire,” Mack said.
“If something falls apart with those two schools then ASU could be the team to beat,” Mack said. “Miami is trying to get in the hunt but the Hurricanes are a long shot.”
Lewis is a standout at both running back and wide receiver and he had a phenomenal senior season leading the Seraphs to their fourth consecutive CIF SS Championship. He rushed for 1,059 yards, caught 69 passes for 1,235 yards and ranked second in the state in scoring with 42 touchdowns and 268 points.
Lewis is rated as the third best player in the nation at any position by Rivals100. He is rated as the second best player in the state of California and as the second best athlete prospect in the nation by Rivals100.