CAREER: Played in 13 games for the Maroon and White, including the Music City Bowl . . . Has totaled 625 all-purpose yards with a a rushing and receiving touchdown.
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 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 (Miss.) 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 (Miss.) Clarion-Ledger’s 40 Most Wanted recruits . . . A three-star recruit according to both Rivals.com and ESPN.com . . . Led the undefeated Chiefs of 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)
Rushes – 3, (2x) last vs. UT Martin (11-6-11)
Rushing Yards – 32, vs. LA Tech (9-24-11)
Rushing Touchdowns –1, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Kick Returns – 3, vs. LA Tech (9-24-11)
Kick Return Yards – 93, vs. Wake Forest (12-30-11)
Longest Kick Return – 50, vs. Wake Forest (12-30-11)
Punt Returns – 3, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Punt Return Yards – 10, at Memphis (9-1-11)
Longest Punt Return – 17, at Memphis (9-1-11)
All-Purpose Yards – 152, at Memphis (9-1-11)