Roger Lewis Declares for 2016 NFL Draft: Latest Comments and Reaction

January 12, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bowling Green Falcons wide receiver and two-time first-team All-Mid American Conference selection Roger Lewis announced Monday on Twitter that he will forgo his final two years of eligibility and enter the 2016 NFL draft.
Lewis, a 22-year-old sophomore, caught 85 passes for 1,544 yards and reeled in 16 touchdowns in his second year with the Falcons.
He did not miss a single game for Bowling Green in his two years.
Originally a 3-star commit to Ohio State, Lewis was charged with two counts of rape while he was a star at Pickerington Central High School. He was found not guilty on one charge, and the other was resolved in a plea deal.
Lewis spent two seasons at Jireh Prep School in North Carolina before committing to Bowling Green. 247Sports downgraded Lewis to a 2-star recruit by the time he became a Falcon despite listing him as the No. 2 recruit in the state of Ohio in 2012 in its composite rankings.

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