Gators reel in 2014 tight end C’yontai Lewis

By Adam Silverstein
May 23, 2013

The Florida Gators have pounced on a relatively unknown 2014 prospect, landing a commitment late Thursday night from tight end C’yontai Lewis (Tuscaloosa, AL), according to’s Blake Alderman.

Listed as 6’5” and 212 lbs. on Rivals, Lewis is a raw but talented athlete who Florida’s coaching staff believes can be molded into a great fit for their offensive scheme.

VIDEOS: C’yontai Lewis highlights (via Rivals, via hudl)

The two-star prospect was officially offered by the Gators on Tuesday and did not take long to make his decision, pulling the trigger on Thursday when he reached out and spoke with head coach Will Muschamp over the phone.

If Muschamp and the coaching staff have their way, Lewis will not be the only member of his family playing for Florida next season.

His cousin, four-star athlete Bo Scarbrough (Tuscaloosa, AL), is currently committed to Alabama but supposedly has interest in playing for the Gators.

The cousins are expected to visit Florida together in June, according to Alderman, and the Gators are hoping to see continued improvement from Lewis over the next year.

Lewis camped at Mississippi State last summer and also holds an offer from the school, according to Andrew Bone of Rivals affiliate His offer list is expected to fill up shortly as many other teams have begun taking notice of his talents.

He is the eighth member of the Gators’ 2014 recruiting class, which lost a pair of four-star commitments in the last week.


  1. Joe says:

    Forget TE, that’s a pro style wide-out, corner, post or seam routes against coverage all day. No way any DB can out reach him.

  2. joe says:

    You Have Wonder If Saban Offers Will He Still Come

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