Lewis loved ASU visit

West Jefferson wide receiver Ronald Lewis took his official to Arizona State over the weekend, and the Sun Devils commit couldn't be more pleased with his decision...

Ronald Lewis enjoyed his time at Arizona State.

"I like it out there," the three-star prospect said. "I didn't want to come back. The players made sure to make me comfortable. They were introducing me to everyone and showed me a good time."

Arizona State's staff has a proven record of success in Louisiana with recruiter Michael Norvell.

"At the end of my visit the coaches asked what I liked," Lewis recalled, "and I told them I liked how the players made me feel comfortable.

"The players made me feel at home. They showed interest in me. I can't wait to get out there and be a Sun Devil. Fear the Fork!"

Lewis' offer sheet includes Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Baylor, Nebraska and TCU, among others.

As a senior, the 6-0, 185-pounder led West Jefferson to a 7-3 mark and an appearance in the Class 5A playoffs.

He ran for an 80-yard touchdown on a speed sweep during the Buccaneers' week ten win over Jesuit -- and also hauled in four passes.

Lewis played receiver exclusively during the 2012 season after being pressed into duty - and doing an admirable job - at quarterback during his junior campaign.

He's also a dynamic return man.

Lewis committed to Arizona State in early September of last year and never wavered.

Marcus Scott coached the explosive athlete at West Jeff.

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