Biography: Three-year starter used at both center and left guard.
Positives: Nasty, small-area blocker best in confined quarters. Plays with good lean, keeps his feet moving and gives effort. Gets his hands into defenders, extends to keep defenders away, and works until the whistle blows. Keeps his head on a swivel and works well with teammates. Explosive off the snap. Effective with shotgun snap.
Negatives: Rarely gets movement in the middle of the line. Lacks top footwork and the ability to slide laterally.
Analysis: Lewis was a productive college lineman and offers adequate size with growth potential. He could make it at the next level based on his ability to play any of three interior blocking positions.
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