Anthony Lewis already has offers from Washington State and Wyoming and in the next couple weeks he's hitting some camps in the hopes of picking up even more.
The Salt Lake City (Utah) Cottonwood outside linebacker plans to camp at Oregon State, where he thinks an offer could be close, Utah, another school that's showing a lot of interest, and Washington State, which has been in close contact for some time.
"Offer-wise, it seems really important for me to head up there," Lewis said of Oregon State. "They're just waiting to see me in person. They want to get to know me a bit and see what kind of person I am."
Lewis, a 6-foot, 203-pound prospect, said the Utes might be close to an offer as well but that he's strongly considering leaving the state to play in college. That opens things up for Oregon State if it offers or Washington State, his first offer.
"They say I have a really good chance of playing early up there (at Washington State) and I'm a big priority for them so it's pretty important for me to go up there," said Lewis, who also plans to attend the B2G Elite Camp in California this summer.
Now that Wyoming has offered, Lewis is going to do more research on that program but admitted that the Pac-10 schools involved carry more weight with him.
"There's interest there but not as much as my other schools," Lewis said. "I just haven't looked too much into them and I haven't gotten the information about them yet so I'll figure it out."
As far as a favorite, Stanford stands out the most but the Cardinal coaching staff hasn't been in much contact with Lewis, a three-star prospect who's rated as the No. 52 outside linebacker by Rivals.com.
"My favorite school is Stanford but I haven't gotten too much notice from them," he said. "I haven't gotten to see the coach or play in front of them. They haven't seen me quite a bit so right now I'm just trying to get my name out as much as I can."