One of the players that played a big role in the team's success was 6-foot-3, 220-pound sophomore Jaason Lewis. Not surprisingly, his recruitment has continued to gain momentum.
"My newest offer was from N.C. State," said Lewis. "I got the offer a few weeks ago from the old coaching staff, but my coach said that the offer would most likely still be good with the new coaching staff."
"That's my fifth offer. It's another ACC school and I really like the ACC. I'm still waiting to talk to the new staff. I may visit sometime this summer."
A few other schools have been showing a significant amount of interest in him.
Although it is early in the recruiting process for Lewis, there are a few schools he is hoping to hear from from soon.
Lewis said in-state schools Virginia and Virginia Tech are recruiting him the hardest. Despite early offers and interest from several schools, the Ocean Lakes' star said he is wide open with his recruitment.
As for trips, Lewis recently took part in the U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio, Texas. He said he enjoyed the experience and felt like he performed well.
He does not have any college trips lined up at this time, but said he would like to camp at Alabama, Oregon, UCLA, and USC this summer.
Lewis played both running back and receiver this season. He had over 700 yards of total offense and six touchdowns.
The sophomore is currently running track for Ocean Lakes and recently ran the 55-meter dash in 6.62 seconds.