R250 junior ATH adds two SEC offers

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If ever there was a good case of the Mondays, four-star athlete Jaason Lewis had one earlier this week. The Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes standout picked up offers from Ole Miss and Florida.
"Ole Miss a good, up-and-coming school," the 6-foot-2, 233-pound Lewis said. "They're going to be dominant in a few years. They're building something good down there. I called Coach (Grant) Heard today and the first thing he said was that he was offering me and then we talked about football, how their program works and how he liked my film.
"I know Florida is in the SEC. They have a good program. Percy Harvin is from this area and went to school just up the road from me. They are recruiting me as an outside linebacker. That's my first offer at that position, so that's pretty cool."
Lewis has a few favorites and is looking to make a decision sometime in the spring after taking some visits.
"UCLA, Tennessee and Georgia Tech are my favorites," Lewis said. "When I take my UCLA visit on February 6 I'll also look at USC. Hopefully they'll offer. If they do they'll probably jump up into my top schools.
"I should be getting to Tennessee the week after USC and UCLA. I've been to Georgia Tech so many times already. I want to get down to Gainesville, Miami, Florida State, Ole Miss and a lot of schools that have offered and shown interest in me that I'm also interested in. Traveling isn't a problem for me. I just want to go where I can play and they have everything I want."
Lewis hopes to play on offense at the next level but he has offers at a lot of different positions.
"A lot of schools are talking about me playing running back and being able to put in the slot or out wide," Lewis said. "Basically I could play h-back, wide receiver and running back. They just want to get the ball in my hands. I'm not really big on defense, but if someone is telling me I could go to the NFL in the first round on defense, I would play it. I feel like I'm best on offense."
A number of big-time players have been accepted to the 2015 Under Armour All-American game, including Lewis.
"After I watched the Under Armour Game a lot, I feel like it's going to better for me," he said. "I'm really big on the jerseys they wore this year and they way they fit. I like that they practice in nice warm weather. It'll be a great experience going to the Under Armour Game."
Lewis also has offers from schools like Michigan, Wisconsin, Virginia, Virginia Tech and many others.
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