NM DL Receives an Ann Arbor Visitor

The emergence last season of defensive lineman Alan Branch drew attention to football in the state of New Mexico. This year yet another defensive line standout looks to keep the accolades coming. La Cueva big man <b>Aaron Lewis</b> received a visit from a Michigan coach during the first week of the Spring Evaluation Period. Did an offer come along?

"No, no offer," Aaron Lewis said. "But Coach Ron English did leave a brochure about the Michigan Camp and I'm thinking about going, but I'm not sure right now."

The 6 foot 4, 260 pound Lewis appears to have his eyes set on the South at the moment. He said he lived in Alabama for four years and Georgia for two, and is planning trip there this summer. "I have family in Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, and I have a lot of friends in Alabama. My sister went to Troy State there. We're going to take a trip to Georgia and I'll probably visit the campuses at Georgia and Georgia Tech. I'm also going to the Florida State camp, that's the only one for sure now. I won't be going to any combines. I'll also probably visit Virgnia Tech."

Not only a steller athlete on the gridiron, Lewis is also excels in the shot-put and discuss. "I'm second on the state in the discuss (168.4) and the shot-put (56.8). Both of those are personal bests for me."

He said right now no school is in the lead because nobody has offered. "I want to visit as many campuses as possible before making a decision I sent an e-mail to Michigan telling them I wanted to take one of my official visits there so we'll see." Recruits aren't allowed to officially visit a school until the beginning of their senior year.

Lewis just received his ACT score. "I got a 21 and I'm real happy about that," he said. "I have a 3.0 grade-point-average so I'm fully qualified. I thought about majoring in engineering but my sister majored in business and she's doing really well, so I'm seriously thinking about making that my major."

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