Super 30: Midwest City's Trevon Lewis ready to be leader

By Robert Przybylo, Staff Writer, Published: June 21, 2010
e of those interceptions he took back for a touchdown.

The offers haven't come just yet, but he's not worried about that. Lewis has performed well at a variety of summer camps and knows it's just a matter of time.

"I've been working on the little things since last year,” Lewis said. "I've been doing a lot of work with my feet. We definitely feel like we have the talent to do a lot of special things this year.”

The spring has shown promising signs for Lewis and the Bombers. He was much more vocal at a camp at Edmond North earlier this month where Midwest City showed its size and speed are still there, and he'll be a part of the Bombers' 7-on-7 team that will participate in Dallas next weekend.

Lewis will play defensive end for the Bombers, but he said colleges are looking for him to play linebacker.

"I think that's been part of the problem as they haven't gotten a chance to see what I can do,” Lewis said. "They haven't been able to see how fast I can move or to see my hip movement.”


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