Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Second Team All-C-USA by coaches … Set the East Carolina single-season record with 14 touchdown receptions … 89 receptions and 1,116 receiving yards were the second most in a year in ECU history … Ranked second in C-USA in receptions per game (6.8) and fourth in
receiving yards per game (85.8) … Starter of all 13 games at the “X” slot. 2009: Earned NJCAA All-Region honors after leading the 11-1 East Mississippi Lions with 52 receptions and 897 receiving yards … Averaged 17.3 yards per catch and ranked second nationally with 16 touchdown receptions ... led the Lions to the school's first-ever MACJC state football championship with a memorable 75-71 triumph over Mississippi Gulf Coast in the title game … Also ran back two punts for 54 yards during the year … Had a team third-best 34 receptions for 546 yards, including a season-long 73-yarder, and three touchdowns in eight games as a freshman at West Hills College in 2007.
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Draft Scout Lance Lewis News
08/19/12 - WR Lance Lewis has been sidelined since suffering a groin injury Aug. 2.
08/05/12 - WR Lance Lewis is out at least another week with a groin injury.
03/27/12 - With the NFL draft on the horizon, ECU was welcomed on Thursday morning with a slew of NFL scouts looking for talent on Pirate soil. Pens scribbling, stopwatches clicking and a constant mumbling were the sounds that entertained the practice fields of the Pirates football complex. Criticism and intrigue surrounded the former ECU footballers as they ran through cones and performed drills for NFL scouts. Various scouts represented nearly half of the NFL, and even one scout for the Montreal Alouettes was in attendance for the former Pirates and their workouts. The initial attention surrounded record-breaking quarterback Dominique Davis and his wide receiver Lance Lewis, but that attention shifted focus when 6-foot-8 lineman Steven Baker took the field. The “unknown” left tackle had a physical prowess that impressed his possible future employers. “It doesn’t matter where I land, as long as it is in the NFL. They all pay the same,” he said. Baker’s humility was pushed to the limit as he was showered with compliments from NFL teams when the spotlight shifted to him and his unique physical qualities. Along with Baker, Dominique Davis and Lewis, Michael Barbour and Emmanuel Davis also got multiple looks from NFL scouts. - Ronnie Moore, The East Carolinian