Since he only played a handful of games as a junior, it's no surprise that San Antonio (Texas) Lee prospect Travis Lewis is focusing more on his team than recruiting.
The 6-foot-1, 213-pound speedster says that he's started practice with his teammates and that's the only thing on his mind. Lewis had named a set of leaders during the summer and those remain the same.
"I really like Oklahoma and Nebraska, so that hasn't changed," Lewis said. "I guess you could say those are still the leaders. At the same time, the last time I spoke with any college coach was about a month before the summer ended and school started. I still get letters everyday, but I'm focused about my season and they're concentrating on theirs."
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Both the Sooners and the Huskers are at the top for similar reasons.
"I've liked them both from the beginning," Lewis said. "They win and they both have been successful teams. I like the coaches I've spoken with and that's why they're in front. I really don't have just one leader and I'm a ways a way from picking a school."
Lewis says he's going to try and take official visits this fall but he hasn't gotten down to setting those up yet. After his football season, he'll then commit.
"As soon as the season is done, it's on and I'm ready to make a decision," he said. "I just know it's going to be after we finish as a team."
Lewis is rated as the No. 21 safety in the country and the No. 46 overall prospect in the state of Texas.