Kip Lewis
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Kip Lewis

Linebacker
6′2″ / 200 lbs
Carthage, TX
Carthage
Class of 2022
Rating: 90
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National Avg
Rating: 90.0
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Oklahoma
Committed
4/30/2021
Texas A&M
None
Arkansas
None
Baylor
None
Houston
None
LSU
None
Oklahoma State
None
TCU
None
Texas
None
Texas Tech
None
USC
None
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Videos

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In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
Highlights: Carthage takes down Gilmer in 4A-Division II title game
CREATURE
Jr Season

Updates

Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
2 mo ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
Around the state of Texas, decisions are being made, visits are being taken, and offers are being extended as recruiting never stops in this great state. It is time to take a look at the latest happenings on the Lone Star state recruiting front.
2022 Carthage LB Kip Lewis intrigued by Texas A&M's continued rise
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
2022 Carthage LB Kip Lewis intrigued by Texas A&M's continued rise
Carthage (TX) 2022 LB Kip Lewis has received offers from across the country since the end of the 2020 season. While he is keeping an open mind to the process, Lewis definitely likes what he has seen from the Texas A&M program.
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
In-Home Visit: 2022 Defensive Fantasy Draft
The TexAgs Recruiting staff of Billy Liucci, Jason Howell and Ryan Brauninger sat down for the Class of 2022 Fantasy Draft, building complete defensive units from the top talent from the state of Texas in the current recruiting cycle.
Jason Howell
4 mo ago by Jason Howell
I hope you guys wanted more Thursday recruiting notes
Earlier this week the Aggies did an in-home visit with Pilot Point LB/ATH Ish Harris and I was told the Aggies knocked it out of the park. Harris and his parents were on the call along with Pilot Point recruiting coordinator Travis Marsh. Coaches Terry Price and Tyler Santucci led the Aggies efforts. I was told Mikado Hinson made a strong impression and overall it went really well. The Aggies made his top five and like I've said before I think it comes down to Texas A&M, Texas, and Oklahoma, and I continue to like the Aggies' chances. Last night the Aggies hosted Duncanville OL Jaylen Early for a Zoom meeting. Early's family was on the call and coach Henson led the meeting. Early said the Aggie Network and the facilities stood out the most on the visit, and Texas A&M did their best to show him and his family there is no place like Texas A&M. Overall it sounds like the meeting was a positive, and like I said yesterday, it looks like the Aggies have positioned themselves nicely to make the cut when Early trims his list.I highlighted Dallas South Oak Cliff 2023 CB Jayvon Thomas in Around Texas earlier today, but I wanted to drop a quick note here. He is on Texas A&M's radar and after watching his tape I could see him quickly rising up the Aggies recruiting board. He has received several offers over the last few weeks with Baylor, Oklahoma, and USC among those. Texas and Texas A&M are both looking hard right now. He is already generating quite a bit of buzz at South Oak Cliff since his arrival. Those guys know a thing or two about nationally ranked CBs and I have been told Jayvon has the tools to be the best they have had in a long time. You guys may have noticed Liucci picked Carrollton Creekview TE Sean Sallis in the TexAgs Offensive fantasy draft yesterday. He has emerged on the Aggies radar over the last few weeks. Coach Coley has been in communication with the 6-5, 220-pound standout. Sallis has always been a receiving threat for Creekview but he has worked hard to diversify his skillset as a tight end and he has bought into the idea of being an all-around tight end over the last couple of years. He finished the 2020 season with 34 receptions for 605 yards and 10 TDs in 8 games. We are not expecting the Aggies to take a second tight end but if they do, he is a guy to watch and as Billy mentioned his stock is on the rise. Minnesota, Maryland, and UConn offered in February and Florida State, Texas, and Clemson are among those who have stepped up their interest.On Sunday the Under Armour Camp comes to Texas and there are going to be several Texas A&M targets in attendance. Five commitments will be on hand with TE Donovan Green, OL Hunter Erb, OL PJ Williams, CB Bobby Taylor, and DE Anthony James (2023) all representing Texas A&M. In regards to targets keep an eye on the trenches. In addition to the commits, targets Kelvin Banks, Kam Dewberry, Neto Umeozulu, Cole Hutson, Jaylen Early, Devon Campbell, Johnny Dickson, Harris Sewell (2023), and Isaiah Robinson (2023) will all be in attendance. On the defensive line Bear Alexander, Jadon Scarlett, Ernest Cooper IV, Derrick Brown, Jordan Renaud (2023), David Hicks (2023), and Avion Carter (2023) join commit Anthony James. The secondary will also be one to watch with several key targets in attendance. CB Bobby Taylor is dealing with a knee which has slowed him this spring so he may not workout, but Terrance Brooks, Bryce Anderson, Jarred Kerr, Jamel Johnson (2023), Javien Toviano (2023), and Daniel Demery (2023) each already hold scholarship offers and are key Texas A&M targets. At the offensive skill positions WR Jay Fair, RB Tavorus Jones, and Texas 2023 RB commit Rueben Owens join Texas A&M TE Donovan Green.Linebacker will also be well represented with targets Ish Harris, Kip Lewis, and Anthony Hill (2023) planning to be on hand for the action.
Recruiting Scattershooting: Names to watch in 2022 and beyond
4 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Recruiting Scattershooting: Names to watch in 2022 and beyond
It's only March, but Texas A&M seems to be putting together another top-ten class under Jimbo Fisher. Billy Liucci takes a look at some of the names that are trending towards the Maroon & White in the class of 2022 and beyond.
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Considered one of the best 30-40 prospects in the state and a top 250 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to be a major early contributor at the collegiate level with high professional potential.

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Considered one of the best 100 prospects in the state and a top 500 national prospect. Displays the physical skills to develop into a contributor over the course of his college career. Has the ability to become a professional prospect over time with development.

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Considered one of the top 250 prospects in the state. Has the physical skills to be a potential contributor at a D-1 program over the course of his collegiate career with significant development. Professional potential is low.
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