Lewis' emerging as a 2014 CB

Vanderbilt has already offered this 2014 cornerback out of the Peach State and more could be on their way. He is drawing a lot of interest and you can learn more about Lewis here.

"The schools showing interest in me right now are Nebraska, Indiana, Michigan, Auburn, Syracuse, Georgia Tech, and Vanderbilt," said Bryce Lewis. "My only offer is from Vanderbilt, so they are showing the most interest."

The interest from the Commodores started in the spring, then after Lewis impressed them at camp in the summer, James Franklin offered him a scholarship.

He likes what Vanderbilt has to offer.

"I had a good time at their camp and I really like how Vanderbilt pushes academics to be first. They really want students more than just athletes up there. I have talked to Coach Bankins mainly, but I have talked some to Coach Franklin too, and I like both of them. I think they are an upcoming program too."

The 6-foot-1, 180 pound cornerback likes Vanderbilt and he also likes a couple other SEC East programs too.

"My favorites growing up were Georgia and Florida. Georgia is a school close to home, so I am familiar with them, and they are a school I have always thought about playing for one day.

"I really like Emmit Smith, so Florida is a school I have followed for a while too. Andre Debose is my third cousin, so I have family on the team also. I have been to games there it is a cool."

No leader for the Liburn (Ga.) Parkview star right now and after starting the process out slow, he plans to pick things up over the next year.

"I am just getting going with everything right now," he said. "I only went to camps at Vanderbilt and Alabama this summer, but I am going to get a lot more next year. I would like to attend some games this fall and just get out there more."

Lewis had 42 tackles, nine pass break-ups, and three interceptions as a sophomore.

He currently carries a 3.6 GPA.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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