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Ryan Lewis
DB #35
Height:
6-0
Weight:
200
College:
Pittsburgh
Experience:
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Biography

College Career: Played in 51 career games … started 12 games as a senior in 2016 and set career highs with 79 tackles (second on team), two interceptions and eight passes defensed … both interceptions were in the endzone and helped Pittsburgh beat Penn State and the National Champion Clemson Tigers … in 2015, played in all 13 contests at cornerback and special teams … totaled six tackles and a blocked punt at Iowa … in 2014, collected nine tackles, with a season high six stops against Delaware … in 2013, appeared in 13 games as a key player on special teams and tallied nine tackles.

College Career: Played in 51 career games … started 12 games as a senior in 2016 and set career highs with 79 tackles (second on team), two interceptions and eight passes defensed … both interceptions were in the endzone and helped Pittsburgh beat Penn State and the National Champion Clemson Tigers … in 2015, played in all 13 contests at cornerback and special teams … totaled six tackles and a blocked punt at Iowa … in 2014, collected nine tackles, with a season high six stops against Delaware … in 2013, appeared in 13 games as a key player on special teams and tallied nine tackles.

Personal: Led all classifications in the state of Washington with more than 1,700 rushing yards as a senior at Eastlake (Seattle, WA) High School … also ran track and set a school record time of 10.7 second in the state championships in the 100-yard dash … ranked the No. 13 prospect in the state of Washington by Scout.com … his father, Will, played cornerback with the Seahawks, the USFL’s Houston Gamblers and in the CFL … he also worked as an NFL assistant coach with the Falcons (1995-96) and spent time in the front offices of the Packers (1997-98), Seahawks (1999-2013) and Chiefs (2013-17) … his uncle, Tim Lewis, played at Pittsburgh and spent four seasons playing in the NFL before working as an NFL assistant coach for more than 20 years … his cousin, Louis Riddick, played six seasons in the NFL, served as Washington and Philadelphia’s Director of Pro Personnel and is now an ESPN analyst.

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