Bruce Weber has a small handful of targets left in the 2020 class, none bigger than Donovan Williams and Seryee Lewis, 1/2 are now off the board as K-State gets Lewis.
Lewis has committed to the Wildcats over St. John’s, Oklahoma and Georgetown, he told Stockrisers.com.
“I chose Kansas State because since day one of recruitment it always felt like a family and that always stood out to me. Coach Weber and the staff always promoted that I was the missing piece in their incoming 2020 class and if I was to make the move to the school we’ll be the new fab-five and that sounded great to me and my family,” he told Stockrisers.com
Lewis, native of Chicago, made the transition to Arizona to play for Compass Prep during his senior year. He ended up bolstering a national recruitment and found himself at a Big 12 program in March.
Another native of Chicago is K-State guard Damian Gordon who Lewis says ‘Another big piece’ on why he committed.
“Another big piece of me committing was having my good friend Dajuan Gordon on the team and just telling me about the program and how I need to go there and Coach Weber is such a good person and coach.”
Where does Lewis believes he will fit in with Bruce Weber’s system and his surrounding teammates?
“My skill set fits perfect with the guys because I’m a pick and pop toward that can guard the wing and the post when needed.”