Michigan State

Commitment Status:Signed LOI

Isaiah Lewis

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Safety
Indianapolis, Indiana
Ben Davis
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  • Ht:5'11"
  • Wt:190 lbs
  • 40:4.4 secs
  • Bench Max:290
  • Bench Reps:16
  • Squat Max:430
  • Shuttle:4.09
  • Vertical:33 inches
  • GPA:3
  • Class:2010 (High School)
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College Choices

School Interest Offer Visit Recruited by
Michigan St.COMMITTED (07/30/2009)Offered01/22/2010Don Treadwell, Harlon Barnett
IllinoisNoneOfferedNone
IndianaNoneOfferedNoneBilly Lynch
IowaNoneOfferedNoneEric Johnson
KentuckyNoneOfferedNoneChuck Smith
MinnesotaNoneOfferedNoneThomas Hammock
PurdueNoneOfferedNoneMark Hagen
WisconsinNoneOfferedNone

Scouting Report on Isaiah Lewis

How we scouted: Film footage, In-person visits, Game settingby Barry Every - 09/30/2009
  • SpeedDivision I Player
  • SizeDivision I Player
  • StrengthDivision I Player
  • AgilityDivision I Player
  • Ball SkillsBlue Chip
On the Hoof: Shorter, muscled-up kid that looks a bit short to be a safety and won't wow you in street clothes. Lewis will remind fans of a slightly taller Bob Sanders of the Indianapolis Colts.
Needs improvement: Will he have the same impact as a tackler and run-stopper playing against bigger players at the next level? Lewis will have to improve overall strength and conditioning to be that run-supporting, hard-hitting safety in college. He also needs to improve his backpedal and overall cover skills, because he will be facing a lot of three- and four-wide situations.
Most impressive: He is a ferocious hitter that is looking to smash the ball carrier right in the mouth. Lewis also has a knack for coming up with turnovers and changing the complexion of the game in an instant.
Conclusion: Should become a stalwart on coverage teams early and throughout his collegiate career. He has the heart of a lion and if his size does not deter his ability to smack heads, he could become a serious heat-seeking missile that leaves opponents limping to the sideline.

Barry Every is a Football Recruiting Analyst for Rivals.com. He has worked in the recruiting offices for Mark Richt at the University of Georgia, Bobby Bowden at Florida State University and Mack Brown at the University of North Carolina