REC Lewis’ utilizes athleticism to excel

OUA school under early consideration by Phoenix standout

The future is shining brightly for Resurrection Phoenix wide receiver Jackson Lewis.

Jackson Lewis

Positions:
Wide Receiver, Running Back, Defensive Back

Height/Weight:
5’9, 140 lbs

Teams:
Resurrection Phoenix (high school: WCSSAA)
Cambridge Lions (junior varisty: OVFL)

Commitment:
None

Official Visits:
None

Considerations:
Wilfrid Laurier, Open

Class:
2019

Since 2011, multi-position player Jackson Lewis has been a standout on the gridiron.

Playing for the Twin City Predators of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC), Lewis was chosen as the most improved player and the offensive MVP. He is now taking his talents down the road to play for the Cambridge Lions of the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL).

During the fall, Jackson suits up for the Resurrection Phoenix of the Waterloo County Secondary School Athletic Association (WCSSAA).

He plays on both sides of the ball was a receiver and running back on offence, and as a defensive back on defense.

Last season when he was awarded the Offensive MVP for the Predators, Jackson could have also won the Defensive MVP as he led the team in interceptions. This was his first season playing defense since he began playing in 2011.

Lewis thanks his parents for helping get to where he is today.

“The most influential people in my life right now have to be my parents because they have always motivated me to be the best I can be in life and on the football field and all the time and effort they put into me I show out on the football field”, said Lewis.

He also thanks his best friend A.J. Kimm for keeping him motivated and being his training partner. The two help each other through the tough work outs.

Although he is open to any CIS school that shows interest, Lewis would love to play for the Wilfird Laurier Golden Hawks as they are his hometown team and his favorite team in the CIS.

Jackson is still young and has plenty of time to garner more attention from schools. He loves the game of football and really wants to continue playing at the university level.

He has spent the offseason training with Adrian Thorne, former University of Waterloo Warrior receiver. He is working a lot on his speed and footwork while also putting time in at the gym lifting weights.

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