Myron Lewis participates in Tampa Bay's 2010 Rookie Draft Class photo shoot. (Photo: Buccaneers.com)
by Barca Blog
Tampa Bay third-round pick Myron Lewis introduced himself to the Buccaneers at their three-day rookie camp last weekend. While Lewis missed two days of drills with an abdominal strain, head coach Raheem Morris raved about the abilities of the former Commodore playmaker:
"You see a big, tall, physical bump-corner," Morris said. "You see a guy with pretty good feet who can play off coverage, but who's also got good ball skills you want and the ability to go up and get the ball."
Find out why the Bucs think Lewis is a perfect fit for their defensive system in the following articles:
By design, Bucs rookie Myron Lewis is no Ronde Barber
Lewis typifies new style of Tampa Bay cornerback
The Bucs' official site also did a "get to know" Q&A with Lewis:
Rookie minicamp interview with Myron Lewis
More Camp Notes: LB Patrick Benoist received a tryout from Tampa Bay but wasn't signed by the club at the conclusion of rookie camp ... Undrafted free-agent LB Broderick Stewart was released by the Jets .. No official word yet on the status of DE Steven Stone's tryout with Kansas City.