Recruiting Intel: 2025 Blessed Trinity WR Bryce Lewis

Bryce Lewis played both ways (WR/DB) in 2022 for the Blessed Trinity Titans but mainly at defensive back. He will be a more featured part of the offense this season especially after the Titans graduated three senior receivers last season. Lewis took five unofficial visits this past summer to TCU, Boston College, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Wake Forest. He talked about what stood out on each visit and what he enjoyed about the programs.

TCU: “I really like the college town. It was really nice visiting there.”

Boston College: “Boston College is a city school. The city itself is really nice. It’s like 10 minutes away from Fenway Park,” said Lewis. “It is not too far from there, and there is a lot to do. Coach Jeff Hafley is great. Love Coach Hafley. Coach Rhoads is great too.”

Wisconsin: “It was chilly up there, not going to lie. Wisconsin is a nice college town and city in Madison. It is a beautiful view surrounded by two lakes. Coach Fickell was really nice,” said Lewis. “He sat down and talked to me and my dad for about 30-45 minutes after the camp and visit. Some head coaches don’t sit down and talk to recruits after visits. Coach Fickell sat down and talked to my dad about relationships, where they are headed this year, and the offensive gameplans. That is what really stood out to me about Wisconsin.”

Wake Forest: “I liked Wake Forest and the coaches. They all showed love. The coaches showed that they wanted me there,” said Lewis.

Lewis recently committed to Arizona on August 16th and talked about what he loved about the program and what made the difference among other schools that offered him.

“I mean Tucson is the place to be. I am not going to lie. It may get a little hot but I mean other than that it is a great college town,” said Lewis. “Right now I am verbally committed to Arizona. I have been talking to those guys for a little bit over a year now and those coaches have been the most consistent in talking to my dad, myself, and my family. We know people personally on the staff. If I were to go to school, I would want someone who is able to look after me away from my parents. It has great coaches and great players. The people there treat you with great respect. Everyone there is just so kindhearted and nice. It is a really nice and safe area.”

Lewis is more than just a big bodied receiver. He also has a big catch radius, good breakaway speed, and sets the edge on blocks. He uses his 6’6 205 pound frame to lock in corners on blocks and not allow them to make a play on the ball resulting in big plays for running backs when they hit the second level of the defense. He has his eyes set on a big junior season.

“I want six to eight receptions per game and I want to get my touchdowns in double digits. The main goal for me is to get as many receptions, yards per catch and touchdowns to go along with that,” said Lewis. “As far as the team, sometimes when you lose you will drop your head, and that energy will carry into the next week. That Monday practice after a loss the energy is just out of whack and everybody has their head down during warmups and nobody is getting hyped or clapping. To get the team morale up and to keep it up throughout the season whether we win or lose that would be more of a goal for me. I am going to keep myself accountable to go out there and say to my teammates hey we can’t put our heads down we have to focus on the upcoming week.

Lewis also has great chemistry with junior quarterback Brooks Goodman which can be valuable to the Titans success in 2023. The pair have been playing together since they were in eighth grade and constantly work together to improve.

“We had been playing 7 on 7 and working on routes this summer. Everyday after practice we will work on at least three routes and get the timing down so we can use it on anybody we play,” said Goodman.


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