Islands Shark Swarming as One of the Best Receivers in the Area Langston Lewis
By Travis Jaudon/For the Prep Sports Report | July 29, 2021
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Islands High School football has at least one offensive position on its depth chart decidedly written-in with permanent, teal ink.
Wide receiver Langston Lewis returns for the Sharks in 2021 and he is among Savannah’s top skill-position players as a prototypical wide receiver with plenty of experience behind him. The rising senior standout is committed to play next year at Central Michigan University and he’ll line up out wide on nearly every snap this season for Islands.
A “Go-Up-And-Get-It” receiver, Lewis plays with a motor that had college coaches salivating and local defensive backs panicking all of 2020. He was a key piece in the Sharks’ historic season which included a first-round playoff win in head coach DeShawn Printup’s first season.
It was the first playoff victory in IHS football program history.
Lewis had 26 catches and 299 yards as a junior. He hauled in a team-high six touchdowns for Islands (7-2).
For a second straight season, he was an all-region first-team selection on the football field. He followed it up in the spring with an all-region first-team nod in baseball as a speedy leadoff man for head coach Brandon Collins’ team.
He’ll look to make it three straight first-team football honors this season in his high school finale.
Don’t bet against him.
You can follow Lewis on Twitter, @LangDaLegend.
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