There isn't any big mystery as to who College Station (Texas) A&M Consolidated wide receiver Detron Lewis is favoring early on in the process.
For quite a while, the 5-foot-11, 190-pounder has been leaning towards Texas A&M. While numerous schools such as Arkansas, Kansas State, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, Utah, and UTEP have all sent out offers, the Aggies have yet to pull the trigger on one yet. Lewis is heading down to their camp in July and is determined to prove he's worthy of one from his leading team.
"I'm heading down there and hopefully something comes from it," Lewis said about the A&M camp. "I just have to show schools that I can catch the ball and make big plays."
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Though Lewis says he's favoring A&M, there are other schools that come to mind when he thinks about second and third.
"If I had to name a No. 2 and No. 3, I'd say it would be Oklahoma State and Nebraska," Lewis said. "Oklahoma State, I went up there this past weekend for an unofficial visit and really enjoyed myself. The coaches were all nice and they had good facilities. Plus, they throw the ball a lot. Nebraska has a West Coast offense, so they sling it around too."
Lewis is also thinking about heading to camps at TCU and Baylor even though neither team has offered up to this point. However, if Texas A&M were to offer, things could definitely change.
That may lead to an early decision.
"I'd like to decide in the near future but we'll see how it goes," Lewis said. "I'm just waiting to see who may offer me next and then go from there."