CAREER: Named 2013 preseason All-SEC by Phil Steele . . . Electrifying playmaker who will be looked upon to be one of the Bulldogs’ top offensive targets in 2013 … Played in all 26 games in his career for the Maroon and White . . . Has totaled 1,282 all-purpose yards and is the only player on the roster with a rushing, receiving and kick return touchdown.
2012: Named to the All-SEC First Team as a kick returner by CBSSports.com and to the second team by Phil Steele . . . Averaged 25.9 yards per kickoff return to finish third in the conference . . . Totaled 657 all-purpose yards . . . Caught 10 passes for 108 yards . . . Ran five times for 21 yards . . . Returned two punts for 11 yards . . . Tallied a team-high 517 kick return yards on 20 returns . . . Totaled 63 all-purpose yards in the season-opening win vs. Jackson State (11 rushing yards, 32 receiving yards and 20 kick return yards) . . . Caught a 21-yard pass in the SEC win at home vs. Auburn . . . Tallied 99 all-purpose yards in the home win over South Alabama . . . Pulled in two passes for 26 yards and returned a kick 39 yards at Alabama . . . Returned two kicks for 57 yards and a punt for 13 yards at home against Texas A&M . . . Collected a team season-best and career-high 183 kick return yards on five kickoff returns in the Egg Bowl at Ole Miss . . . 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against the Rebels was the longest play in the 109-year history of the Egg Bowl, the fifth 100-yard play in the 113-year history of MSU football and the fourth 100-yard play in the SEC in 2012 . . . Named honorable mention National Kickoff Returner of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards.com for his efforts ... Finished the season with four kick returns for 68 yards in the Gator Bowl against Northwestern.
2011: All-SEC Freshman nominee that played in all 13 games as a wide receiver and the team’s primary kick returner . . . Hauled in seven passes for 143 yards (team-high 20.4 average) and a score . . . Led the Bulldogs with 21 kickoff returns for 386 yards . . . One of just four freshmen wide receivers in the SEC to record a 100-yard receiving game, and only one of two to do it on the road . . . Pulled in an 80-yard touchdown reception at Memphis, the longest reception by a SEC freshman in 2011 and tied for the third-longest reception overall . . . Had an impressive performance against Memphis in the season opener, catching four passes for 113 yards and a touchdown, while running for 29 yards and a score . . . Gained 32 rushing yards and 16 receiving yards in an overtime win against LA Tech . . . Caught three passes for 26 yards in a homecoming victory against UT Martin . . . Had three kick returns for a career-high 93 yards, including a career long 50 yard return in the Music City Bowl.
2010: Sat out his freshman year as a redshirt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team all-classification All-State by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger on defense . . . Also named the Mississippi Association of Coaches Offensive Player of the Year in 3A . . . Rated the No. 24 prospect in the state of Mississippi regardless of position by Scout.com . . . Rated No. 28 on the Rivals.com list of top prospects in the state . . . Listed on the Jackson Clarion-Ledger’s 40 Most Wanted recruits . . . A three-star recruit according to both Rivals.com and ESPN.com . . . Led the undefeated Chiefs of Head Coach Walter Denton, who won 15-straight games en route to the school’s first Class 3A championship . . . One of the two quarterbacks chosen for the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game roster . . . In the 3A championship game against Aberdeen he had a hand in all five Chiefs touchdowns, rushing for two scores including the game-clincher on a fourth-down dash, and passing for three more . . . During his senior season he was 75-of-137 passing for 1,161 yards with 13 touchdowns . . . Rushed 200 times for 1,182 yards and 18 touchdowns . . . As a junior he helped THS go 12-1 and capture its first South State championship.
PERSONAL: Born Jameon Kalchevis Lewis on Nov. 26, 1991 . . . Son of Roy Walker and Tyrone Lewis . . . His father played football at LSU.
LEWIS’ Career Highs
Receptions – 4, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Receiving Yards – 113, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Receiving Touchdowns – 1, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Longest Reception - 80, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Carries– 3, (2x) last vs. UT Martin (11-5-11)
Rushing Yards – 32, vs. LA Tech (9-24-11)
Rushing Touchdowns –1, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Longest Rush – 23, vs. LA Tech (9-24-11)
Kick Returns – 5, at Ole Miss (11-24-12)
Kick Return Yards – 183, at Ole Miss (11-24-12)
Longest Kick Return – 100, at Ole Miss (11-24-12)
Punt Returns – 3, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Punt Return Yards – 13, vs. Texas A&M (11-3-12)
Longest Punt Return – 17, at Memphis (9-1-11)
All-Purpose Yards – 183, at Ole Miss (11-24-12)