Kansas commitment Taylor Lewis talks about his different role this season, and what he likes about…
Scouting Taylor Lewis
On the hoof, Taylor Lewis is just barely shy of what you would consider an "elite" size/speed combination. If your elite guy is over 6-feet and runs 4.4 seconds in the 40-yard dash, Lewis is just off those metrics. He might not quite be 6-0, but he's not far off, probably measuring somewhere over 5-11, maybe even up to 5-11.5. And according to DeSoto's coaches, he's about a 4.5-flat in the 40. His frame is also excellent, with long arms and places to hold more weight if needed. Because of his size and the way that he runs, there might be a temptation to bulk him up to a free safety, and I could see the benefits of a move like that. But at the same time, I think by relegating him to a safety role, you're missing out on a chance to employ him in a role where he could be an upper-echelon type player...
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