"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.