2006: Lewis will serve as a backup wide receiver as a junior in 2006.
2005: Lewis returned after a year's layoff and served as a backup wide receiver as a sophomore in 2005. Overall in 2005, he appeared in 9 games (all but Hawaii, Arkansas, California and Texas), but did not catch a pass. A sprained shoulder suffered in 2005 fall camp sidelined him for USC's first 2 games (Hawaii and Arkansas).
2004: Lewis redshirted the 2004 season while academically ineligible.
2003: Lewis was tried at several offensive positions as a first-year freshman in 2003. He came to USC as a wide receiver, but then was moved to running back-first at fullback (usually in motion) and then at tailback-before going back to wide receiver by midseason, where he is a backup. He sprained his right knee in practice prior to the Oregon State game and missed that contest. Overall in 2003 while appearing in 8 games (all but Auburn, California, Stanford, Washington State and Oregon State), he had 3 receptions for 27 yards (9.0 avg.) and 3 carries for 11 yards (3.7 avg.). He had 2 catches for 25 yards at Arizona. All of his carries came at Arizona State.
HIGH SCHOOL: He was a 2002 Parade All-American first team, Super Prep All-American, Prep Star All-American, Student Sports All-American first team, Tom Lemming All-American, CNNSI.com All-American first team, The Insiders.com All-American first team, Old Spice Red Zone All-American, USA Today All-USA second team, Tom Lemming Super Team, Super Prep Elite 50, Prep Star Top 100 Dream Team, The Sporting News Hot 100, FOX Sports 50, Tom Lemming Top 100, Super Prep All-Farwest, Prep Star All-West, Tom Lemming All-West, Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West first team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Orange County Regster Fab 15 first team, Cal-Hi Sports All-State Player of the Year (Mr. Football), All-CIF Southern Section first team, All-CIF Division IV Offensive MVP, Los Angeles Times Glenn Davis Award (as the top Southern California prep football player), Los Angeles Times All-Star first team and Los Angeles Times All-Ventura County/North Coast MVP pick as a senior at St. Bonaventure High in Ventura (Calif.). He had 65 catches for 1,235 yards (19.0 avg.) with 16 TDs as a wide receiver, ran for 1,059 yards on 112 carries (9.5 avg.) with 23 TDs as a tailback and scored 268 points with 42 total TDs (he scored a touchdown every 4.5 times he touched the ball) in 2002. St. Bonaventure won the 2002 CIF Division IV title, its fourth consecutive CIF crown (the others were Division XI). As a junior in 2001, he was named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Small Schools first team, Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass first team, All-CIF Southern Section first team, All-CIF Division XI first team, Los Angeles Times All-Ventura County first team and All-League. He caught 65 passes for 959 yards (14.8 avg.) with 14 TDs and also ran for 323 yards on 20 carries (16.2 avg.) in 2001. As a sophomore in 2000, he had 52 receptions for 879 yards (16.9 avg.) with 17 TDs. He made the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Sophomore first team and Los Angeles Times All-Ventura County first team in 2000. In his career, St. Bonaventure went 55-1, including a streak of 42 consecutive wins. He also competed in basketball and track (with a best of 10.5 in the 100 meters) at St. Bonaventure. Current Trojan Rey Maualuga also prepped at St. Bonaventure.
PERSONAL: He was born in Corpus Christi, Tex., but moved to California when he was 2.
GAME-BY-GAME WITH WHITNEY LEWIS