Michigan football 2013 commits Jourdan Lewis and David Dawson leave mark at Rivals Five-Star Challenge
Rivals.com, a national college football recruiting service, hosted some of the country's top prospects over the weekend for a two-day "Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge" showcase in Atlanta.
And when the smoke cleared, two of the Michigan football program's 2013 pledges left rather strong impressions.
Cass Tech cornerback Jourdan Lewis, a four-star prospect, wowed scouts with an athletic interception early in the camp -- which was good enough to earn the honor of "Best Interception."
"In one of the first plays of the day, Lewis made Whitewright (Texas) quarterback Tyrone Swoopes his victim," Rivals.com analyst Chris Nee wrote. "It was a go-route down the sideline and Swoopes threw it to the outside shoulder of the receiver.
"Lewis showed his great closing speed and got in front of the receiver getting his hands between him and the ball securing the interception. It was a highlight-worthy play."
Lewis wasn't the only Michigan commit to leave his mark, though. In fact, he wasn't the only Cass Tech player to leave his mark.
Prep teammate and fellow Wolverine pledge David Dawson, a four-star offensive lineman, made Rivals' list of "Surprise Standouts" from the camp.
The 5-foot-10, 170-pound Lewis is Rivals.com's 10th-best cornerback nationally, and the third-best prospect in Michigan.
The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Dawson, meanwhile, is Rivals' eighth-best offensive guard, and the fourth-best prospect in Michigan.