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Name: Levi Lewis 
College: Louisiana     Number: 1
Height: 5-10   Weight: 184
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2021

40 Low: 4.58
   40 Time: 4.68
  40 High: 4.78
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: P2ndC/PManning/PMaxwell/POBrien

 Levi Lewis, Louisiana, Player News

  11/28/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more in less than three quarters, and No. 23 Louisiana-Lafayette routed winless Louisiana-Monroe 70-20 on Saturday. Running backs Trey Regas and Elijah Mitchell each rushed for more than 90 yards and scored one touchdown apiece for Louisiana-Lafayette (8-1, 6-1 Sun Belt). Bralen Trahan returned an interception 53 yards for a score during a second quarter in which ULL scored four straight touchdowns to blow the game open. The Ragin' Cajuns have won five straight since their lone loss to 16th-ranked and unbeaten Coastal Carolina, which is scheduled to host ULL in the Sun Belt title game on Dec. 19. Jeremy Hunt had one touchdown passing and one rushing for Louisiana-Monroe (0-9, 0-6), which was playing for the first time in three weeks because of a COVID-19 outbreak that led to the cancellation of a game against Louisiana Tech last weekend after ULM had the previous weekend off.

The Ragin' Cajuns also had an outbreak that led to the cancellation of their Nov. 14 game against Central Arkansas. Cajuns coach Billy Napier was among those who contracted COVID-19 and traveled to Monroe separately from his team on Saturday after isolating and not attending any practices during the past week. ULL took the lead for good on Regas' 11-yard scoring run less than four minutes into the game. Lewis' 11-yard touchdown run made it 14-0 before ULM responded with Hunt's 1-yard TD pass to Camero Darling. - AP College Football


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  11/16/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  NOV 16 SUN BELT OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Levi Lewis, Louisiana,...A huge part of Louisiana's offense on Saturday, throwing for 252 yards against South Alabama. The senior finished the contest 21-for-31 and season-high three touchdown passes, just the fourth time in his career he has thrown three touchdowns in a single game. Louisiana is now 14-1 when Lewis passes for two or more scores in a game. With his 252 yards through the air, Lewis passed Terrance Broadway for the most 250+ passing games in the last 20 years with nine. Lewis currently leads the Sun Belt Conference with 1,880 passing yards, while his 13 touchdowns is tied for second in the league. - Sun Belt Football

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  11/14/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis passed for 252 yards and three touchdowns, Louisiana-Lafayette gained 254 yards on the ground and the No. 25 Ragin' Cajuns clinched a third straight Sun Belt Conference West Division title with a 38-10 victory over South Alabama on Saturday. Lewis tossed TD passes of 5 yards to Jalen Williams and 3 yards to Errol Rogers. He also hit running back Trey Ragas for a 25-yard score on a fourth-down conversion, with Ragas narrowly staying inside the left sideline to put the game away in the fourth quarter. Chris Smith and Elijah Mitchell each had touchdowns rushing for Louisiana-Lafayette (7-1, 5-1 Sun Belt), which has won four straight since its only loss on a last-second field goal to No. 15 Coastal Carolina. South Alabama's Desmond Trotter was limited to 15-of-28 passing for 133 yards and one touchdown for South Alabama (3-5, 2-3). Louisiana-Lafayette's defense came in tied atop the Sun Belt in interceptions with 10 and safety Percy Butler added another on South Alabama's opening drive. - AP College Football

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  10/23/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis threw for two touchdowns, Chris Smith returned a kickoff 100 yards and Louisiana-Lafayette used two fourth-quarter interceptions to beat UAB 24-20 on Friday night, snapping the Blazers' 21-game home winning streak. ULL trailed the first three quarters before Pearse Migl caught his first pass of the season, going for a 9-yard touchdown, to give the Ragin' Cajuns a 24-20 lead with 6:35 left. On UAB’s next possession, Cameron Solomon intercepted Bryson Lucero’s deep pass. Rhys Byrns booted a 74-yard punt to put UAB at its 6 with 1:16 remaining, and Bralen Trahan sealed it three plays later with an interception. Elijah Mitchell rushed for 67 yards for ULL (4-1). Jalen Williams caught two passes for 40 yards and a score, and Smith had his second kickoff return TD this season. Spencer Brown carried it 28 times for 128 yards and two touchdowns for UAB (4-2). Lucero was 10-of-23 passing for 110 yards with two interceptions. UAB had not lost at Legion Field since 2017, snapping the third longest active home winning streak in the nation behind Clemson and Notre Dame. - AP College Football

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  09/13/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Perseverance, confidence and two long kick returns propelled Louisiana-Lafayette to one of its biggest wins in program history, 31-14 win over No. 23 Iowa State. The Ragin' Cajuns beat a Top 25 opponent on the road for the first time, having gone 0-26 against ranked foes away from home. Their only other win over a Top 25 team was in 1996 at home against Texas A&M. Both offenses seemed overmatched at times, but the Ragin' Cajuns were ignited by Chris Smith's 95-yard kickoff return in the second quarter and Eric Garror's 83-yard punt return in the fourth. Levi Lewis added a 78-yard touchdown pass to Peter LeBlanc, giving Louisiana-Lafayette a 17-14 lead late in the third quarter. Lewis passed for 154 yards and contributed to a business-like approach by the Ragin' Cajuns, who didn't celebrate much on the field after the game. - AP College Football

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  09/07/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  With a presence that inspires others to constantly be at their best, Levi Lewis does what any good leader should. UL's senior starting quarterback gets those around him to follow. But what separates Lewis from others? It may be the buy-in from those under his command. "Levi is the most-confident (person) I know on the team," Ragin' Cajuns running back Trey Ragas said. "The most hard-working person I know on the team. "So, with him, I know he's going to take this year very serious and he's going to give us his all." Which motivates his Cajun teammates to do the same as they prepare to open their 2020 season Saturday morning at No. 25 Iowa State. Yet for the product of Baton Rouge's Scotlandville Magnet High, there wasn't always a two-way sense of certainty.

"The first year," said Rob Sale, who came in as UL's offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at the same time Billy Napier took over as head coach of the Cajuns prior to the 2018 season, "it kind of felt like (a) he-was-looking-at-us and we-were-looking-at him type deal." Lewis merely threw for 3,050 yards with a 64.3 completion percentage (243-for-378) and 26 touchdowns last season, when UL went 11-3, made it to its second straight Sun Belt Conference championship game and beat Miami (Ohio) of the MAC at the LendingTree Bowl in Mobile. The 3,050 yards and 26 TD throws both were school records, and now Lewis is on national preseason watch lists for major awards including the Davey O'Brien, the Maxwell, the Manning and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm. - Daily Advertiser


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  09/04/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  2021 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Levi Lewis, Louisiana,...During his junior campaign, Lewis threw for 3,050 yards and 26 touchdowns, both of which were single-season school records. He went on to lead the Ragin' Cajuns to 11 wins and a thrilling 27-17 victory over Miami (Ohio) in the 2020 LendingTree Bowl, where he was named the game's Most Valuable Player. Lewis enters his final season ranked ninth in program history with 4,012 career passing yards and fourth in total passing touchdowns with 35. - Louisiana Football

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  08/27/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON ALL-SUN BELT CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB - Levi Lewis, Louisiana,...Lewis was stellar during his junior campaign, throwing for 3,050 yards and 26 touchdowns, both of which were single-season school records. He enters his final season ranked ninth in program history with 4,012 career passing yards and fourth in total passing touchdowns with 35. The quarterback has also been highly touted ahead of the 2020 season, having been named to the Manning Award Preseason Watch List, the Davey O'Brien Award Preseason Watch List, the Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Watch List and was listed on the Reese's Senior Bowl Top 250. - Louisiana Football

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  07/31/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Levi Lewis, Sr., Louisiana,...Lewis has also been listed on the Davey O'Brien Award Preseason Watch List and the Maxwell Award Preseason Watch List, making him one of 21 quarterbacks to be named on all three. The Baton Rouge native, who started in all 14 of Louisiana's contests during the historic 2019 season, threw for 3,050 yards and 26 touchdowns, both of which were single-season school records. He went on to lead the Ragin' Cajuns to 11 wins and a thrilling 27-17 victory over Miami (Ohio) in the 2020 LendingTree Bowl, where he was named the game's Most Valuable Player. - Louisiana Football

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  07/27/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Levi Lewis, Louisiana,...The Baton Rouge native, who started in all 14 of Louisiana's contests during the historic 2019 season, threw for 3,050 yards and 26 touchdowns, both of which were single-season school records. He went on to lead the Ragin' Cajuns to 11 wins and a thrilling 27-17 victory over Miami (Ohio) in the 2020 LendingTree Bowl, where he was named the game's Most Valuable Player. He was consistent throughout the year, helping the team set the program record for the highest completion percentage in a single season at 64.89 (268-for-413). His most accurate game came on Nov. 7 at Coastal Carolina, when he set the single-game record for completion percentage at 86.7 (26-for-30). - Louisiana Football

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  07/23/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Levi Lewis, Louisiana,...Lewis is one of nine Group of 5 quarterbacks named to the watch list and one of two from the Sun Belt Conference, joining Appalachian State's Zac Thomas. Lewis is also the first Ragin' Cajun named to the list since Terrance Broadway in 2014. The Baton Rouge native, who started in all 14 of Louisiana's contests during the historic 2019 season, threw for 3,050 yards and 26 touchdowns, both of which were single-season school records. He went on to lead the Ragin' Cajuns to 11 wins and a thrilling 27-17 victory over Miami (Ohio) in the 2020 LendingTree Bowl, where he was named the game's Most Valuable Player. - Louisiana Football

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  03/11/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  For Ragin' Cajuns senior-to-be quarterback Levi Lewis, the progression started in earnest in 2019. "I think Levi would be the first to tell you he played well, in particular down the stretch second half of the year," UL coach Billy Napier said. So now Lewis is ready for it: The next level, that is. And this spring, he's taking the first step toward bringing his game to it. But just what is it? How high is the ceiling? And precisely how is he going about reaching it? As Lewis sees it, it's all about decision-making.

Lewis is learning more and more how to read body language from defenders tipping off what sort of coverage they're in, and how he can exploit that. "Obviously just watching more film," he said, "and applying it once I get (to) practice, and it's going to translate over to the game." Lewis always had a green light to change plays, depending on what he sees, under offensive play-caller Napier, who is preparing for his third season as head coach of the Cajuns. But the more Lewis has played, the longer his leash on decision-making has gotten. "We're at that point now where we know things," the Scotlandville High product from Baton Rouge said, "and it's just 'Get us in a good play.' - Daily Advertiser


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  01/06/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis and Louisiana-Lafayette added one more win to the most successful season in school history. Lewis threw two touchdown passes to Ja'Marcus Bradley, and the Ragin' Cajuns beat Miami of Ohio 27-17 in the LendingTree Bowl on Monday night. Louisiana-Lafayette earned its first bowl win since 2014. It finished with a school-record 11 victories, two more than the previous mark. "Tonight, our guys were at their best when it mattered most," coach Billy Napier said. "We made a lot of progress as a team this season and in the last month leading up to this game."

Lewis was 19 for 26 for 246 yards for the Ragin' Cajuns (11-3), and Bradley finished with seven receptions for 88 yards. Lewis also had eight carries for a game-high 62 yards. "I was just trying to be a team player and not worry about the stats," said Lewis, who was named the game's MVP. "This is a great team to be around." Lewis found Bradley for a 9-yard score with 10:51 left in the third quarter. They connected for a 12-yard TD with 2:26 left in the third, lifting Louisiana-Lafayette to a 24-10 lead. Elijah Mitchell also had a 2-yard touchdown run for the Ragin' Cajuns, who earned their first bowl win outside their home state since 1944. - AP College Football


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  01/06/20 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Alongside the Sun Belt Conference's top running teams, QB Levi Lewis has passed for 2,804 yards with 24 touchdowns against three interceptions. He passed for career highs of 354 yards and four touchdowns against Appalachian State in the league championship game. - AP College Football

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  12/01/19 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis threw three touchdown passes, Stevie Artigue kicked a 27-yard field goal with 1:21 to play, and Louisiana-Lafayette beat Louisiana-Monroe 31-30 on Saturday night to set program records for wins and conference wins in a season. Lewis was 15-of-23 passing for 270 yards with no interceptions. Ja'Marcus Bradley had 127 yards receiving and a touchdown, Elijah Mitchell had 19 carries for 102 yards and Raymond Calais added 107 yards rushing -- including an 83-yard touchdown -- for ULL (10-2, 7-1 Sun Belt Conference). Austin Vaughn capped an eight-play, 99-yard drive with an 11-yard touchdown to give Louisiana-Monroe (5-7, 4-4), who missed the extra point, a 30-28 lead with 7:56 to play. The Ragin' Cajuns answered with a 15-play drive that took more than 6 1/2 minutes off the clock and culminated with Artigue's field goal. On the ensuing drive, Caleb Evans hit Markis McCray for a 21-yard gain on third-and-11 and scrambled for 7 yards on fourth-and-6 to move into ULL territory and hit a double-covered Josh Pederson on the sideline for a 17-yard gain to the 18 with six seconds to go but Jared Porter's potential winning 35-yard field-goal attempts was wide left. Evans passed for 330 yards and two touchdowns and added 14 carries for 77 yards and a score for the Warhawks. - Louisiana/AP College Football

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  11/07/19 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis passed for three touchdowns and ran for another and Louisiana-Lafayette rolled past Coastal Carolina 48-7 Thursday night. Lewis was 26-of-30 passing for 296 yards, tossing TD passes to Neal Johnson, Jalen Williams and Ja'Marcus Bradley. Lewis' 6-yard run in the first quarter opened the scoring. The Ragin' Cajuns (7-2, 4-1), leaders of the Sun Belt Conference's West Division, won their fourth straight game and are unbeaten in four road games this season.

Besides Lewis' TD run, Trey Ragas went over from the 1 and Chris Smith burst through the middle for a 52-yarder to increase the Ragin' Cajuns' total rushing touchdowns to 32, third-best in the FBS. ULL scored on all four of its first-half drives, not including an abbreviated possession that ended at the half. Then it scored on its first four in the second half before having final one end at the Coastal Carolina 6 as the clock ran out. The Ragin' Cajuns outgained the Chanticleers 564-236. ULL looked like it was on its way to posting its first shutout in 10 years until Sam Denmark pulled away a 44-yard pass from two defenders in the end zone with just under four minutes left for the Chanticleers (4-5, 1-4). Andre Jones led ULL with seven tackles, including five solo, and forced a fumble. - AP College Football


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  09/14/19 - QB Levi LewisSr/2021, Louisiana, 5-10, 184 (DS#26 QB) + More +

  Levi Lewis threw for two touchdowns and Elijah Mitchell and Raymond Calais each ran for two more as Louisiana-Lafayette crushed Texas Southern, 77-6 in a nonconference contest on Saturday night. After losing its season opener at Mississippi State, 38-28, the Ragin' Cajuns now have won back-to-back games at home. Mitchell capped a five-play, 65-yard opening drive that put Louisiana-Lafayette ahead for good two minutes into the contest. Calais capped the second drive with the first of his touchdowns to make it 14-0.

Lewis threw nine yards to Trey Ragas for his first touchdown pass and connected with Peter Leblanc on a 53-yard strike in the second quarter as the Cajuns rolled to a 56-6 lead at intermission. Four passers combined to give the Cajuns 308 yards on 22-of-29 passing and the Cajuns rolled to 748 yards of total offense while limiting Texas Southern to 236. The Louisiana-Lafayette ground game ran for 440 yards while limiting the Tigers (0-3) to 72. - AP College Football


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