Philadelphia Eagles: 10 NCAA prospects to pair with Brandon Graham
Terrell Lewis is a six-foot-five, 254-pound potential first-rounder who racked up 31 total tackles in 2019 with 21 of those being of the solo variety. He also racked up six sacks and two passes defended, giving him 47 total tackles, (31 were solo), seven sacks, and three passes defended for a good but also a very brief collegiate career.
That helped him earn Second Team All-SEC honors in his final season with the Alabama Crimson Tide. You may have heard of them. They’re consistently one of the best teams in college football’s best conference. Check them out sometimes. They’re pretty good.
Like the aforementioned Greenard, Lewis missed some time with injuries during a brief run with Bama which could hurt his draft status, but if it doesn’t, he figures to come off of draft boards at the end of Round 1 or early in Round 2.
He’s tall at six-foot-five, but he’s lean, tipping the scales at 254 pounds. An ACL tear caused him to miss the entire 2018 season, and he also missed a lot of the 2017 campaign as he was hampered with some nagging injuries then. He’s good, but he’s raw. He’s only played 14 games in his collegiate career.