Two more offers for R100 DB

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The offers continue to pile up for Rivals100 defensive back Marcus Lewis. The stand out from Washington (D.C.) Gonzaga added two offers right around National Signing Day.
"I picked up another offer from Wake Forest and from Syracuse," the 6-foot-1, 180-pound Lewis said. "I know a lot about Syracuse. One of my coaches went to school there and played in the NFL. He said it's a good school.
"I really don't know too much about Wake Forest because the guys that was recruiting me before isn't there anymore. They have a new coaching staff, but I talked to the defensive back coach and he said two of the defensive backs that he coach are going to be in the NFL combine. He wants me to come in and be that next guy."
Lewis' offer sheet is well into the double digits and many schools are recruiting him heavily.
"I talked to coach (Urban) Meyer from Ohio State, coach (Randy) Edsall from Maryland and coach (Larry) Fedora from North Carolina," Lewis said. "Coach Meyer wants me to play safety. He thinks I could come in and play early because they need safeties. They compete for a Big Ten championship and a national championship every year. We talked for a while.
"Coach Edsall was saying that this time next year will be my time. He wants me to stay home. He wants me to get up there more often and spend more time on campus. (Five-star 2014 Maryland commit) Damian Prince already talked to me about staying home and playing for Maryland.
"Coach Fedora really likes me and wants me to come down for a visit. I also want to spend more time with that coaching staff."
Some new schools are starting to show serious interest in Lewis.
"Lately USC is coming more into play and sending me some hand-written stuff," he said. "Washington and some other PAC-12 schools are coming into play. My dream school is Oregon, so I'd have no problem going out west."
Lewis added that Alabama head coach Nick Saban wants him to go down for their spring game.
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