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Repping the Home State
Jameon Lewis profile Earlier today Mississippi State's Dan Mullen and Tony Hughes made an in person visit with Lewis. "It was nice," said Jameon of the visit. "Coach Mullen and Coach Hughes came and told me about my official visit (1/15) and what to expect. Coach said he knows I am good on offense, so he said we'll figure out where I am going to play when I get up there. They were talking about me playing corner, but it doesn't matter to me. I'll play wherever they need me." The visit took place in two locations at two different times. "They came to the school at 8 o'clock and then came to the house at 2:30," said Lewis. "This morning we all met in the principal's office. Coach Denton and Coach Johnson came to meet with them too. I am glad they came to the school to show some support to the school. "We talked about a lot of the same stuff, but Coach Mullen talked about football a lot with my coaches. They talked about some of the places he had been and some of the players he had coached like Percy Harvin." The Mississippi All-Star reports that he is anxious to graduate and begin his college career. "I am ready to go put on the Maroon and play ball," said Jameon. "I like how they treat me. It's been like that since I committed in June. They just treat me like family. I am so hyped up about going up there. I can't wait to get started." In addition to making his own plans for next fall, Lewis has been working on an uncommitted friend from just up the road in Lawrence County. "I have been talking to Matt Wells a lot," said Jameon. "I am always telling him we can go do some damage up there together. He told me he might go ahead and commit and tonight. I told him if he did, he might see his name going across the bottom of the screen tonight in the national championship game." Wells is not the only instate prospect, Lewis is in regular contact with. "I am staying in touch with Jay Hughes and Curtis Virges," said Jameon. "We are all starting to get to know each other a lot better. We are already committed, but we just want to get closer. I have been texting a lot with Carlos Thompson. "When we were in Mobile we all hung out together. We went to the movies and went bowling. We made some new friends and we traded numbers. I got to know a lot of the other players that were committed to Mississippi State and some going to some other schools. It was all just fun. The whole week was fun." Growing up along highway 98 in south Mississippi, Lewis has developed a lot of pride in calling himself a Mississippian. He is excited about continuing his football career in his home state. "I am from Mississippi and I want to represent my state," said Jameon. "We have a lot of the top players in the state going to Mississippi State and we are going in there to win a championship. The whole state is going to support us. We all want to represent Mississippi."
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