clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

14 PLUS 2 DAYS TO (TENTATIVE) 2020 KICKOFF: Tyrone Lewis

In which BracketCat counts down the 16th day until the 2020 kickoff with a profile of Kansas State defensive back Tyrone Lewis.

#14 Kevion McGee
With Kevion McGee (14) switching to No. 7 for his senior season in 2019, No. 14 became available for redshirt freshman defensive back Tyrone Lewis.
Photo by David Purdy/Getty Images

Disclaimer: As the 2020 football season still is “technically” scheduled to proceed as planned in Manhattan, with the recent delay of our season opener until Sept. 12 against Arkansas State, we will reset and continue this Countdown for just a little bit longer...

Goal No. 14: CONSISTENCY. Your very, very best every time.

#14 Tyrone Lewis

Redshirt Freshman | 5-11 | 202 lbs. | Hammond, Louisiana
Tyrone Lewis
Tyrone Lewis
Courtesy Kansas State Athletics
  • Position: Defensive Back
  • Previous College: None
  • Projection: Third-String
  • Status: On Scholarship

Tyrone Lewis Jr. (b. Feb. 3, 2000) is a talented defensive back prospect in Kansas State’s 2019 class who hails from Hammond High School in the Louisiana town of the same name.

Lewis, who is majoring in business administration, played in four games in 2019 as a reserve defensive back and on special teams, but he was able to retain his redshirt.

He made tackles on kickoff coverage against both Bowling Green and Iowa State.

Lewis played for the Tornadoes under head coach Steve Jones and was rated the 52nd-best safety in the Class of 2019 by ESPN, while the organization also ranked him as the 26th-best player overall in the state of Louisiana.

He earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association as a senior after registering 57 tackles and five interceptions, on top of carding 42 tackles and nine picks as a junior.

Lewis picked K-State over offers from Arkansas, Arkansas State, Ball State, Colorado State, Florida, Florida International, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Louisiana Tech, Memphis, Mississippi, Missouri, SMU, South Alabama, Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Miss, Tennessee, Texas A&M, Texas State, Troy, Tulane, ULM, UNLV, Utah, Utah State and Western Kentucky, as well as interest from LSU, Oregon and Texas Tech.

His primary recruiters were former defensive coordinator Blake Seiler and current assistant head coach/defensive passing game coordinator/cornerbacks coach Van Malone.