Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis had a big game Monday night in helping his team beat the Jets. But he didn’t even have the biggest game of the week in his own family.
That distinction goes to Lewis’s son, Ray Lewis III, who gained a total of 504 yards running, passing, receiving and returning the ball for Lake Mary Prep in a 34-7 victory over Windermere Prep.
The totals were 206 yards on punt returns, 101 yards on kickoff returns, 104 yards running, 27 yards receiving and 66 yards passing.
Oh, and the Orlando Sentinel informs us that Lewis III also plays defense like his dad, with six tackles and a deflected pass in the game.
Lewis’s coach says he’s a definite Division I prospect who has bulked up by hitting the weight room, although as a 5-foot-9, 186-pound sophomore he’s still got a lot of growing to do before he’s as big as his old man.
Lewis bragged about his son on the inaugural edition of the Rich Eisen podcast, which is definitely worth a listen.