Kentucky has been busy in Indianapolis the last couple of seasons, pulling Morgan Newton from Carmel High and Dakota Tyler from Pike High. The Wildcats also worked Isaiah Lewis (Ben Davis High) heavily as well before he chose the Michigan State Spartans. Kentucky was thought to be among two choices for another Pike High product, Dyjuan Lewis, but that's not the case.
"I don't have any favorites right now," said Lewis. Lewis has received offers from all over the nation. That list of schools includes the aforementioned Wildcats and Spartans. Lewis also has offers from Cincinnati, Purdue, Illinois, South Carolina, Missouri and Oregon.
There was a thought earlier that Lewis would make his decision mid season, but that's not the case now. "I'll choose a school after my high school season," he said.
"I haven't planned my visits yet. I've been really busy with practice and school," said Lewis.
Last season Lewis caught 40 passes for 380 yards and four touchdowns. While the numbers won't overwhelm you, his skill set very well may. "My speed (4.45 forty) is a big strength. I'm good at going up and getting the ball," said the 6-foot-2 185-pound receiver. "I want to get better at route running, though."
Lewis knows what he's looking for in the school he chooses. "I'm looking at the kind of offense they run. I also want a good relationship with the coaching staff," he said.
Dyjuan Lewis is the number 31 receiver in the country and a four-star prospect according to Scout.com.