NW NIKE camp report - David Lewis

Less than a year ago, David Lewis was making his mark as a ball-hawking safety for Bethel High School. His 11 interceptions earned him All-State honors as a junior, one of only two 11th-graders to attain that distinction. It would make sense to assume that Lewis attended last Saturday's NW NIKE camp to work on his defensive skills, but you would be wrong. David is determined to be the best receiver he can be this fall.

Lewis, like his teammate Johnny DuRocher, went to both the NoCal NIKE camp and the NW NIKE camp. "There were a lot more kids at Stanford," David told Dawgman.com when asked to compare the two camps. "Here it was a lot quicker. You could get more coaching and you got a lot more reps."

The 5-10", 180-pound athlete ran a 4.61 on a sore knee, a 4.39 shuttle jumped 29.5 inches in the vertical leap and repped 185-pounds 13 times.

Recruiting attention has been steady for Lewis. Being the recipient of some DuRocher passes this fall will not hurt David's visibility as a top in-state athlete. "Mostly Arizona, LSU and Wazzu," he said when asked about the schools recruiting him the hardest. "I was thinking about going to Arizona on Monday but that's not going to happen. I'm going to Wazzu's camp, Oregon and U-Dub's, probably. I'm going to check out Idaho while I'm at Wazzu on an unofficial visit."

He continues to assert that he has no favorites at this time.

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