From Prep to Pro!, EST 2001
Bookmark and Share


NFL Draft Scout - Powered By: The SportsXchange
2022 CFB/2023-2026 Draft Scout
- Draft Scout Front Page- Buy Draft Scout Data- 2022 CFB Week 10- 2022-2026 FBS/FCS Team Lists/Rosters- Draft Scout CFB Risers- Draft Scout CFB Fallers- 2023 Top 100 Small School Prospects
(Midseason Update) by Josh Buchanan
- CFB Schedule/Roster/News Links- CFB Player News & Notes- CFB Player Injury News & Notes- CFB Injuries by Year/Position- Draft Scout Player Directory A-Z- Players by School/College List A-Z- Draft Scout Evolve: Player Rating Changes- CFB's Best Player Names By Year/Position- Draft Scout Rokfin Football Channel- Draft Scout Weekly- Phil Steele/Draft Scout- Contact Draft Scout

DS Rankings/Probe
OFFENSE
DEFENSE
Players by School

DS PARTNERS
NFL Draft Scout
Featured In/On:


Coach Tom Shaw's Training Program is the leader in performance enhancement!
Visit Pro Combine Training Today!
Visit Test Sports Clubs Today





  
Name: Isaiah Lewis (Transfer from Colorado)
College: Colorado     Number: 23
Height: 5-11   Weight: 190
Position: FS  Pos2: SS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2024

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.59

> Projected Round:   Stock:    

Combine Invite: 
Height: 5111
Weight: 190

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 
40 Yard Dash (HH): 
20 Yard (ET): 
20 Yard (HH): 
10 Yard (ET): 
10 Yard (HH): 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 


Dates: 
Hand:   Arm: 
Wingspan: 

Height: 5111
Weight: 190
40 Yrd Dash: 
20 Yrd Dash: 
10 Yrd Dash: 
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 
Vertical Jump: 
Broad Jump: 
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 

 

 



 Data Scout Notes: 2022: 12-05-22 Transfer from Colorado/NAC...2021: NAC...2020: HMC



 Isaiah Lewis, Colorado, Player News

  08/20/22 - FS Isaiah LewisrSr/2024, Colorado, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  Safety Isaiah Lewis, is healthy and stepping up as a leader for the Buffs. The only returning starter in the secondary, Lewis missed spring practices after offseason surgery, but is healthy and making a difference during preseason camp. "Now that he's back up to speed and he's on the field, it gives our defense a comfortable peace of knowing that there's experience back there," CU head coach Karl Dorrell said. "He helps out the safeties that are still kind of learning the trade back there. He's been a really good leader from that standpoint, but we're also asking for him to elevate his game, too." Lewis led the Buffs with 79 tackles last season and also intercepted two passes, but didn't have any pass breakups. He had 27 tackles and eight pass breakups during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season. "He's made a couple of nice plays (in camp)," Dorrell said. "He had an interception (Monday), so he's doing some really good things, too." - Daily Camera

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS Isaiah LewisColorado
News Source: Daily Camera
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  08/14/22 - FS Isaiah LewisrSr/2024, Colorado, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  Like a lot of young players, Isaiah Lewis had to wait for his turn. Had the transfer portal and the one-time transfer exemption been an option early in his career at Colorado, perhaps he would not have been so patient. But, now entering his sixth and final season of college football, Lewis is grateful for the journey he's taken and the lessons learned. "I've always talked about just trusting the journey, sticking to the script, working hard, no matter what the circumstances," said Lewis, a returning starter at safety for the Buffaloes. "If I had advice to give to someone it's just put your head down and work. And at the end of the day, it's gonna go to who works the hardest. And as one of my coaches out of the Bay Area, Nate Kenion, told me, 'The cream will rise." A Sacramento native who graduated from Granite Bay (Calif.) High School in 2017, Lewis spent three years waiting.

He redshirted in 2017 and played a total of 29 defensive snaps from 2018-19. "(Transferring) was definitely in my mind," he said. "But for me, I didn't really see the benefits of what leaving could really do. I was just now getting into the system here, I was finally getting integrated in the playbook. I felt like I was mastering the playbook, as well. I didn't really see (transferring) as something that I needed to do, especially because I know that the guys who stick around here are the ones who are going to be fighting for each other and we could create a super strong bond over that. So I took that approach." Transferring was always an option, but before the spring of 2021, players who transferred had to sit out a full season at their next school or apply for an NCAA waiver. An NCAA rule change in 2021 now allows players to transfer one time without sitting out. Lewis said he's never seriously considered leaving CU, and he's glad he didn't. - Daily Camera


(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS Isaiah LewisColorado
News Source: Daily Camera
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  12/31/20 - FS Isaiah LewisrSr/2024, Colorado, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: DB Isaiah Lewis, Jr.,...Six additional Buffs were recognized as honorable mention selections: offensive tackle Frank Fillip, defensive end Terrance Lang, safety Isaiah Lewis, offensive guard Casey Roddick, returner Dimitri Stanley and outside linebacker Carson Wells. - Colorado Football

(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS Isaiah LewisColorado
News Source: Colorado Football
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here


  11/25/20 - FS Isaiah LewisrSr/2024, Colorado, 5-11, 190 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  Opportunities to play on defense didn't come often for Isaiah Lewis during his first three years with the Colorado Buffaloes. Two games into his fourth season, Lewis is not only playing, but he's arguably been the best member of the secondary for the Buffaloes (2-0), who are slated to visit 19th-ranked Southern California (3-0) on Saturday. "I follow the model to just trust the journey and stay true to the process," Lewis said. "I know that some guys get on the field immediately and some guys have to work their way in." A 6-foot, 205-pound safety from Granite Bay, Calif., Lewis redshirted in 2017 and made just five appearances on defense from 2018-19, playing a total of 29 snaps. He also played every game in 2019 on special teams. "I think just kind of staying loyal to special teams and making sure that I'm staying in the playbook and keying in on details, it was a difference maker," he said. "Continuing to follow details was what I stuck to and I think it worked out for the best."

Lewis didn't win a starting job in preseason camp, but played 41 snaps off the bench in the opener against UCLA. An injury to junior Chris Miller in that game opened the door even more. Lewis played all 79 defensive snaps against Stanford on Nov. 14. He's recorded seven tackles and a team-high five pass breakups so far this season. "Here's a guy that's been under the radar," head coach Karl Dorrell said. "He had a really good training camp for us and he plays a number of positions in our secondary, and particularly our safety position. Then when Chris went down, prior to the Stanford game, he had to show in that role that Chris was not able to do. He played well but I'm not surprised by that. He had a really good camp." - Denver Post


(DS#999 FS) rSr/2024 FS Isaiah LewisColorado
News Source: Denver Post
Share/Comment/External News Feed: Here





,