Later this evening five star athlete Whitney Lewis (6-1, 215, 4.35) from Ventura (Calif.) Saint Bonaventure will play his last football game for St. Bonnie as he leads the Seraphs against Westlake, Calif., in the SS CIF Division IV championship game at Moorpark College.
Lewis has had a glorious career for the Seraphs from the seasons spanning from 1999 to 2001, he had 104 receptions for 1,914 yards while averaging 18.4 yards per catch and he scored 32 touchdowns through the air.
Keep in mind that during these years he had to share the football with former Seraph running back and now Florida State frosh Lorenzo Booker.
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Lewis also had 372 rushing yards with an average of 10.9 yards per rush while scoring eight touchdowns on the ground.
As a senior Lewis has had a phenomenal season, registering 58 catches for 1,076 yards while averaging 18.8 yards per catch and scored 15 touchdowns via the air. On the ground Lewis rushed for 863 yards and 20 rushing touchdowns. He has also scored three special team touchdowns returning punts and kicks.
Lewis has scored 232 points this season and he has 2,314 yards of total offense.
For good measure Lewis has even punted this season averaging 31.5 yards per punt.
Seraph head coach John Mack informed Rivals100 that Lewis has narrowed down his schools to five.
The schools are USC, ASU, Texas, Miami and Florida State.
Lewis has known visits to USC on January 10th and Florida State January 24th.
We must keep in mind that Lewis is great friends with Seminole running back Lorenzo Booker.