Jeremiah Lewis

6′0″ / 180 lbs
Plano, TX
Class of 2018
Rating: 84

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Rating: 85.3

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3 yr ago by Jason Howell
UA Dallas: Recruiting news and notes, post-camp notes
We will have a few video interviews but here's a quick rundownHouston St. Pius X 2019 QB Grant Gunnell He went up to A&M on Thursday and plans to return on Wednesday. He said he's going to try and go up Friday but he's also trying to get to Oklahoma State and Arkansas Friday and Saturday.Texas A&M is establishing quite the connection with one brother Will Gunnell walking on and an older brother talking to Texas A&M about a GA position. Planning to release a top 7 this summer and he thinks A&M will be happy where they end up in that release.New Texas A&M offer and Richland LB DaShaun White He really enjoyed meeting coach Sumlin and coach Chavis and the visited surprised him in a good way.He likes that it's close to home but not too close, he also likes that it's in the SECHe has Oklahoma State coming up on the 15thHe said he liked A&M a lot as well as TCU and Ole Miss He wants to commit before his senior.Fort Worth Nolan Catholic 2019 LB/DE Nana Osafo-Mensah He really enjoyed the visit and liked watching film with the LBs before the scrimmage. He talked to coach Price a lot as well as coach Chavis.He feels a lot of schools are watching him at defensive end and today he checked in at 6-4, 217 and he spent the day with them.He said Texas A&M was definitely a top school. One thing he mentioned as a big plus was the business school He hopes to visit UCLA and USC and may get back to A&M for Friday Night Lights.Colleyville Heritage WR Kameron BrownHe just visited College Station yesterday and he loved watching practice. Watching coach Moorehead teach his guys technique was one thing that caught his attention while in town.Overall he loved coach Sumlin and the way he coaches. He wants to make a decision sometime in the summer.Dallas Bishop Dunne WR/ATH Marquez Beason He's not sure when he will visit but he was excited when he received the offer. He had an idea the Aggies were going to offer but he was still shockedHis only visits plans are to Nebraska on April 15 Dallas Bishop Dunne S Brian Williams He will be at the Nebraska spring game with Marquez Beason and he would like to visit Texas A&M and Texas. He is forming a good bond with coach Moorehead. He likes the fact A&M is in Texas and in the SECHe has not looked into new DB coach Ron Cooper but is looking forward to building the relationship there.Fort Worth Eastern Hills LB Byron HobbsHe will be at Texas A&M for Friday Night Lights and he also plans to visit TCU, Arkansas, Oklahoma State, and Oklahoma.He looks forward to seeing the atmosphere surrounding Texas A&M when he's in town on Friday.He does have about 7 or 8 schools that stand out but he's keeping that a secret right now.Keller Central 2020 WR DJ Graham The Keller Central 2020 receiver was in College Station and said the facilities, players, and coaches really caught his attention. He likes the relationship coach Moorehead has with the receivers. He rated the visit a 10 because of the scrimmage, the big plays, the facilities, and how he was treated on his visit.Aledo 2020 WR Monterren Parks The Aledo 2020 receiver just visited Texas A&M yesterday and he described the visit as fun and a great experience. He liked how big it was and that it is in the SEC.Plano Prestonwood 2019 TE Austin StognerHe said he's been talking with coach Banks and he said the Aggies let him know they want to come out to practice and that they are watching. He will be at Texas A&M for Friday Night Lights and he looks forward to checking out the campus and seeing how the coaches run practice.--More Recruiting Notes---Putnam City (OK) DE Ron Tatum said the Aggies have made a little bit of contact and he may be in College Station Friday for Friday Night LightsVerone McKinley III has not finalized his plans but do not be surrprised if he is in town on Thursday and goes to Friday Night Lights. He's trying to figure it all out but he wants to spend a day and go to classes and see what it's like to be an athlete at Texas A&M on his next visit.Erik Ezukanma said he will be in College Station for Friday Night Lights. Look for Jarell Cherry to be there too. RJ Mickens also confirmed his plans to attend FNL.Darrell Simpson was not sure if he would make it to Friday Night Lights and Alston Orji and Anfernee Orji cannot make it due to a track meet. Jalen Catalon mentioned he has been talking with coach Price and he plans to attend the A&M spring game---Post-Camp Notes---I'll admit it, I've been a bit down on Darrell Simpson, but he really looked good today. His footwork was very good and he handled some very good opponents in 1-on-1s. His size has always been a plus, but he has shown some nice improvements in his footwork and his overall flexibility.There's been some pretty negative evals thrown out there about LSU commit Chasen Hines but he had a very good day today and won the camp Lineman Challenge award. He has a very strong base and his strength has never been cause for worry, but today he moved a lot better.Consider me a big fan of Bossier City (LA) Parkway QB Justin Rogers. He threw a great ball whether he was throwing with or against the wind. He put the ball in some tight spaces and he was technically sound. He was my QB MVP. Now I say that and will quickly follow by saying Grant Gunnell more than held his own. He would have been my No. 2 QB performer on the day.2019 WR Kameron Brown continues to make the hard look easy. He is effortless out there and has some great body control. He's my favorite 2019 WR in Texas.I came away very impressed with the LBs today Arkansas commit Bumper Pool, Alston Orji, DaShaun White, 2019 Chance Cover, Byron Hobbs all had pretty solid days.Of course the DB group had a strong day too. It was pretty stacked with Caden Sterns, Verone McKinley, Gemon Green, German Green, Brian Williams, Jeremiah Lewis, and Jalen Catalon all had pretty strong performances. The length of the Green twins is hard to match, McKinley was in the hip pocket of receivers all day long, Lewis has a great sense of timing when he breaks on the ball, Caden Sterns covers so much ground, Brian Williams was as physical as it can get without pads, and Jalen Catalon gets up to high point the ball as well as anyone I've seen.That's all I've got. Watch out for some video interviews throughout the week.
4 yr ago by Jason Howell
TexAgs Spring Football Tour: Verone McKinley and Plano Prestonwood
I stopped by Prestonwood to see Verone McKinley III in action. He very much has the attention of the Aggie coaching staff. Coach Joseph made sure to get to Prestonwood the day after Alabama offered to make his presence felt and he has made a strong impression early with Verone and his family. He has been invited to the A&M BBQ on June 11, but if I had to make a prediction I do not think he will make it. It is the same weekend as the Underclassmen Challenge in Atlanta and it sounded like Verone was more than likely headed out there and then he would probably take a visit to Georgia while he was out there. The trip to Atlanta and UGA are on his own dime, the Underclassmen Challenge is not like the Five Star Challenge where all expenses are paid. That said I feel pretty good about where A&M stands with McKinley. He mentioned A&M's match-up with Tennessee as a game he would like to attend in the fall. He is planning to attend the Oklahoma/Ohio State game and he is looking into attending the LSU/Florida game, the LSU/Alabama game, and the Oklahoma/Texas game. This summer he is looking at possible trips to LSU, Florida, Oklahoma, Alabama, Georgia, and Texas A&M.The Prestonwood 2018 class also includes a few other guys to watch. Quarterback/Athlete M.J. Rivers stands out at 6-4, 205. He played LB and DE last fall and has also played QB. He's not a bad QB at all and has some nice tools to work with. He said Oregon is showing the most interest and most schools are talking to him about playing QB. S Jeremiah Lewis is another in the 2018 class. He's probably receiving the most attention of the other 2018s. At 6-0, 180 he's attracting attention from Boston College, SMU, Vanderbilt, and UTSA. In the 2019 class TE Austin Stogner has the attention of both football and basketball coaches. He says he's a football guy and he moves very well. He's a fluid athlete with big hands and natural ball skills. Standing in at 6-5, 205 he has a big frame too so he's going to bulk up.


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