Lewis will stay committed

With the coaching changes among us, there are a handful of prospects that will be affected by the move. We caught up with 2012 N.C. State commitment Tyler Lewis to see how the coaching change affects him.

Tyler Lewis is staying committed.

Despite the coaching change at North Carolina State, Lewis, a member of Scout.com's top 75, said he still wants to be apart of the program.

"I'm going to stay committed North Carolina State," he told Scout.com.

Although Lewis hasn't spoken to N.C. State's Athletic Director Debbie Yow, his father – Rick Lewis – has.

"I haven't personally, but my dad talked to the Athletic Director at N.C. State," he said. "I want to stay committed to N.C. State. I love it down there."

Josip Mikulic, a 6-foot-10, 215-pound big man out of Coconut Creek (Fla.) North Broward Prep, is the other 2012 prospect committed to N.C. State.

Lewis, of Lewisville (N.C.) Forsyth Country Day, is ranked No. 73 overall and as the No. 12 point guard in the 2012 class.

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