N.C. State, UCF eyeing Florida QB

With three FBS offers already on his list, Class of 2015 Lakeland (Fla.) Victory Christian Academy quarterback Caleb Lewis already has some intriguing college options. But he's hoping some recent camp showings will lead to even more options going forward.
"I've been around to a few camps, Tennessee, N.C. State, FIU, UCF," The 6-foot-3, 199-pound Lewis said. "It was a bunch of good experiences, a lot of good coaching and a lot of good competition."
Lewis got good feedback from most of the schools he's visited, but said N.C. State was particularly complimentary.
"They really like me, " Lewis said. "They said I really separated myself from the other guys who had come through camp before so that was really encouraging and made the trip worthwhile. Hopefully I can get an offer soon but they said they're being thorough through the process."
With one quarterback already committed in the class, N.C. State might be full at the position. Lewis said the Wolfpack coaches to him otherwise.
"N.C. State said they plan on taking two quarterbacks and they told me I'm on their short list," Lewis said. "They run a similar style to what I run at my high school, they run a lot of pro-style stuff just from the gun, they said I fit because they build the offense to the strengths of their quarterback."
One of the school's closest to home for Lewis is UCF. The Knights are coming off the best season in school history and already have a quarterback committed. While it doesn't look the school will take two this year, Lewis said he's open to being a on the Knights list.
"UCF already has a commit and they told me they're only taking one quarterback but if he were to flip I would be in the mix," Price said. "I really like the coaching, Coach Taaffe is a great guy, a great quarterback coach and I've developed a nice relationship with him. Obviously he can develop quarterbacks, he developed Blake Bortles, the third pick in the draft and it's also a great school academically and it fits what I want to do in the future past football."