January 7, 2007
Lewis displays his versatility in San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO, Texas - No player in the seven-year history of the U.S. Army All-American has arguably contributed more to their team than San Antonio (Texas) Lee's Travis Lewis.
The future Nebraska Cornhusker played running back, linebacker and on special teams this week for the West squad in San Antonio. On his high school team, the 6-foot-1, 215 pound Lewis serves as the kicker, punter, starting running back and return specialist on kickoffs and punts.
When West head coach Jon Mack told Lewis he would have to play a major part in all three phases of Saturday's U.S. All-American Bowl, for him it was no different than playing for his high school team.
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