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Javes Lewis

Javes Lewis may have taken the long road, but he is happy to be heading to Eugene next week after accepting a late scholarship offer from Oregon just last month.

"I had some offers from some small schools like Idaho and San Jose State", Javes Lewis said, "but I was going to play for Santa Ana Community College instead." Lewis was academically eligible but was hoping that some better offers might come his way after playing for a year at the junior college. At 6-1 and 180 pounds, coach John Neal had recruited the Tustin High School product as a safety...

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