Young Guns

Florida State freshman tailbacks <b>Jamaal Edwards </b> and <b>Lamar Lewis </b>are working with the second team this week. The duo will provide back up for <b>Lorenzo Booker,</b> who's getting the starting nod in place of injured <b>Leon Washington</b> (separated shoulder) against Maryland on Saturday. Both will get an equal amount of reps during practice, but both offensive coordinator <b>Jeff Bowden</b> and <b>Bobby Bowden</b> have said that Lewis is making strides quicker than Edwards.
October 26, 2004

Talented Duo

Freshmen running backs <b>Lamar Lewis </b> and <b>Jamaal Edwards</b> joined quarterback <b>Wyatt Sexton</b> in the first-team backfield for several reps towards the end of Florida State's scrimmage Saturday afternoon in Doak Campbell Stadium. Click here for an update.
August 22, 2004

Fitting In

Florida State signed a quality pair of tailbacks in <b>Jamaal Edwards</b> and <b>Lamar Lewis.</b> Their nice play this preseason has raised eyebrows. Lewis, for one, is comfortable in his new surroundings. He starred at Jacksonville Trinity Christian, where he was the program's career rushing leader and helped lead it to consecutive Class A state titles. Click here for an update on Lewis' progress in his new surroundings.
August 17, 2004

Say Hello

In this first of an on-going summer series, TheTerritory updates Florida State fans on members of the Seminoles' 2004 recruiting class. First up is tailback <b>Lamar Lewis</b> of Jacksonville Trinity Christian. Lewis, who has recovered from a hamstring injury, is scheduled to report to Tallahassee on June 20.
May 25, 2004

Felt At Home

Florida State commitment <b>Lamar Lewis</b> of Jacksonville Trinity Christian made his official visit to FSU over the weekend. Lewis, the Conquerors' all-time career rushing leader with more than 5,300 yards, said one highlight was Saturday's team banquet, where he had the opportunity to chat in length with Seminole tailback <b>Leon Washington.</b> Lewis also had a chance to hang with fellow recruits <b>Kenny O'Neal, Drew Weatherford, Geoff Bernaird</b> and others -- and has some news to share.
January 25, 2004