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No surprise here. With Marquis Haynes taking the last defensive spot about a month ago, Lewis no longer as a slot in UNC's class.
Good breakdown of Lewis' recruitment and everything surrounding it for those interested......
Four-star defensive end Tyquan Lewis (Tarboro, N.C.) announces his decision this afternoon. Heres how it looks.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Jon Leggette 22 months ago
He will do great , Hate it was osu and wish he had stayed home!
Really interested to see how they use him as it looks like they still plan to use him standing up for their hybrid DE/LB Viper spot
Urban Meyer has landed commitment No. 17 for his 2013 recruiting class, Tyquan Lewis. Bill Kurelic looks at the impact of Lewis’ decision to become a Buckeye.
meyer told him he has had 3 players with his quickness and has put them all in the NFL! Painted them stars gold! I personally think he could do the hybrid thing and wish him personally well at it kinda like OJ was with the Bills. He was unstoppable but the team suked! hehe
I as well as the coaches were impressed with Lewis' ability to play standing up at Fedora's Freakshow. So while he might have started out as a potential Bandit at UNC I really think his long-term position was at as a straight DE.
He's a pretty lean kid and going to likely put on a bunch of weight in the next few years.
Nice kid. Hope he finds success and happiness at OSU.
Best of luck to him though.
Jon how does he compare to Haynes? Are we going to be kicking ourselves in a few years, or are we getting a carbon copy?
Well I know his ship sailed but if things change amongst UNC recruits and a space opens I still do not count him out because I believe In the end he will take his 5 OVs no matter what is being said. He enjoys the process to much to go forward without visiting LSU, Ole Miss and even UNC if they do not do like Oregon and not accept OVs from kids already commited elsewhere! Which I doubt , because they are still trying to flip a few top linemen in case Crowder and or Miller fall through! Just my opinion.
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