Honors: 2009 - Earned the Dr. James E. Walker junior academic award at the conclusion of spring drills ... 2008 - Named Second Team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele ... Named the Donald Craig Sophomore Academic Award winner in the spring.
2009: Played in all 12 games and had six starts ... Was fifth among linemen with 549 snaps played including a season-best 78 at Maryland ... Earned three winning grades from the coaches ... Had 26 knockdowns for the year with four each against Clemson, Memphis, and WKU ... Only allowed one sack all season ... Was part of an offensive line that allowed the Blue Raiders to rush for 385 yards in win over FIU.
2008: One of four offensive linemen to start all 12 games ... His 815 snaps played ranked third among linemen ... Earned eight winning grades from the coaches ... Missed the last half of spring drills with severe exhaustion ... Started at left guard in opener against Troy and played a season-high 87 snaps ... Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack against Maryland, Kentucky or Mississippi State ... Played all 66 offensive snaps against FAU.
2007: Played in all 12 games and earned 10 starts ... Had 733 total snaps ... Enjoyed a solid spring and entered fall camp as the starter at left guard beside all-conference tackle Franklin Dunbar ... Played 50 snaps at FAU in his college debut and started the second half at guard ... Made his first collegiate start at Louisville and was in on all 59 offensive snaps and also played every snap at LSU (54) and against WKU (64) ... Played just 36 snaps in win over FIU but had 79 against Virginia ... Did not get the start at Memphis but did play 49 snaps ... Played all 85 snaps against ASU and was in on 81 plays against North Texas ... Had 69 plays in win over ULM and 65 against ULL ... Played 53 of 56 offensive plays at Troy.
2006: Took a redshirt year in order to improve strength and gain experience at the collegiate level ... Traveled to every game and spent the entire year no. 2 at left tackle.
High School: Lettered three years in football at Butler High School ... Named to the Huntsville Times Super all-metro team in 2004 and 2005 and was honorable mention as a sophomore ... Named all-city three seasons and all-region twice ... Was the team's MVP in 2005 and voted top lineman in 2004 ... Coached by Dean Sanders.
Full Name: Jamal Khalil Lewis ... Parents: Robert Flowers and Elizabeth Lewis ... Born: 9/2/88 ... Major: Liberal Studies.