The nation’s No. 1 wide receiver, Joseph Lewis, has listed his top four schools, in no order.
Five-star wide receiver Joseph Lewis (Los Angeles, California) is one of the most-sought-after recruits in the 2017 class. Leading up to his highly-anticipated decision, Lewis has teamed up with USA TODAY High School Sports to provide fans with a first-person view of his recruitment.
In his latest entry, Lewis revealed the top schools he’s currently considering, a list that consists of Big 12 and Pac-12 programs.
“Right now my top four schools are Oregon, Arizona, Nebraska and Oklahoma,” Lewis wrote. “There’s a possibility of USC getting in there too.”
Lewis, who’s ranked as the nation’s No. 15 overall player and No. 1 wide receiver, refers to his college choice as a “business decision.”
“This decision is gonna be tough. It’s a business decision for me and it’s got to be a place that I really love because I’ll be there for years getting my degree and playing football.”
Next up on the docket for Lewis is an official visit to Oklahoma on Nov. 12. His last official visit was to Oregon on Oct. 8, and he has taken three trips to Nebraska so far.
“My next visit will be to Oklahoma this weekend. I’m looking forward to that because I want to see how they run the offense, their campus and just how they prepare for game days. I’m always interested in things like that.”
He’ll later use an OV for a trip to Tuscaloosa to check out current-No. 1 Alabama on Nov. 26. The Crimson Tide host rival Auburn for the Iron Bowl that weekend.
As for the last remaining school in his top four, Lewis has not used an official visit for Arizona this season, but has taken multiple unofficial visits to Tucson.
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