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Javes Lewis

A player whose name seems to pop up more and more when people are talking about the Oregon defense is Javes Lewis. The hard hitting safety from Tustin, California demonstrates his hard work in practice on a daily basis and likely all that effort is going to produce playing time come this fall.

Javes Lewis, 6-1, 185 came to the Ducks last year way under the radar. After Oregon had recruited one of its better recruiting classes, Coach John Neal ran into Lewis working out at Santa Ana Community College in May of 2007 and remembered the kid with the 4.45 forty speed. Neal had been recruiting Lewis but when the Ducks filled up their... Recommended Stories

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