His brilliant junior season was cut short by a severe knee injury.
After surgery, many wondered if he could regain the form that made him one of the state’s top college prospects in 2018.
There were some struggles early in the season — but none late.
And running back Dorian Lewis capped his memorable senior season with a five-touchdown performance to help Cleveland beat Rio Rancho in the Class 6A state football championship game — and lock up the Enchantment Sports/Dreamstyle Metro Player of the Year award.
Check back next week as Enchantment Sports’ Sebastian Noel takes a closer look at the gifted and respectful young man who receives as many accolades from his teachers as he does from his coaches.
— Mark Smith, Enchantment Sports editor in chief