After a month at the school, Lewis definitely believes he made the right decision.
"Things are going great at Oak Hill," he stated. "It's fun up there, and it's all basketball and school, which I love. I feel like I'm getting better everyday because I get to play against top talent and great players everyday in practice. I'm also in the weight room and working hard."
Last weekend he left Oak Hill to take his official visit to NC State, the ACC school he committed to in the winter of 2010. What were his thoughts of the visit?
"I had a great time at State," said Lewis. "The best part of the visit was probably being around the coaching staff all weekend. I got to know them a lot better and they made me feel real comfortable.
"Also, hanging out with the guys was fun. I felt like I became even more a part of the Wolfpack family over the weekend."
NC State senior point guard Alex Johnson hosted Lewis while he was in Raleigh for his trip.
"Alex showed me around... it was fun hanging out with him," Lewis stated. "First of all, Alex is a really good guy. He showed me a lot of things to do at State."
One of the bright spots of the visit for Lewis was attending NC State's 35-13 victory over Liberty.
"What stood out about the football game was the atmosphere," said Lewis. "That game was one of the coolest parts of the trip. Being around the fans, you get a feel for their support and it let me know even more that State is the place for me."
Joining Lewis on his official visit was Oak Hill teammate D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera. A top-30 prospect, Smith-Rivera is certainly on the Wolfpack's radar.
"It was good to have D'Vauntes there," said Lewis. "I can talk to him about it and experience the trip with him. I got to know him better too, being away from Oak Hill's campus and getting to hang out.
"Hopefully D'Vauntes ends up choosing State. I think we have a good shot at getting him. I think he likes the school a lot and if he picked today he would go to State, but it's about getting his parents on campus and letting them get a feel for it too."
Before leaving the Wolfpack's campus, Lewis spent time talking with NC State head coach Mark Gottfried about his future role on the team. According to Lewis, the Wolfpack coaches want him to come in and do what he does best.
"They want me to come in and be a leader," he said. "I want to get everybody involved in the system and make plays. It's basically going to be about making reads. Hopefully I can be a leader and get everyone involved and get a lot of victories."
With his commitment to NC State 100% solid, Lewis openly admits that he is in full recruiting mode for the Wolfpack. He is close with Smith-Rivera and also good friends with Wolfpack targets Rodney Purvis, Andrew White, and T.J. Warren. In fact, Lewis spoke recently with one of those prospects.
"My relationship with Rodney is real good," Lewis said. "He calls the house at Oak Hill sometimes to check in, and we talk about a lot of things. I really think we've got a good shot at getting Rodney. Every time we talk he's high on State, and I think he feels that is where he wants to go. But, he is waiting to see if it's the best place for him."
Next up for Lewis is an unofficial visit to NC State. He will be back in Raleigh next weekend when the Wolfpack plays Georgia Tech on the gridiron.
"I'll be back down there next weekend to NC State when Rodney and T.J. are on their official visit," he said. "That's going to be good."