The pair are among 10 from conference selected by media panel
Sam Hubbard among three OSU DEs & Baker on Nagurski list; Jamarco & Price on Outland
Rimington Trophy selects Price to its preseason list; Lott IMPACT Trophy tabs Lewis & Hubbard
Team will head to Arizona for PlayStation Fiesta Bowl with 14 graduates on the roster
Four Buckeyes earn first team All-Big Ten honors on the offensive side of the ball; six total honored
The Buckeyes open up the 2017 campaign in Bloomington with a Big Ten clash with the Hoosiers.
Ohio State meets Clemson in the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl/College Football Playoff Semifinal
The Buckeyes travel to College Park to take on the Maryland Terrapins.
The Buckeyes welcome the Cornhuskers to Ohio Stadium for a Top-10 Showdown.
Scenes from the Buckeyes' first road game of the season at Oklahoma.
Notable: Lewis ranks 14th at Ohio State in career sacks and he is in position for a Top 5 all-time ranking with seven more sacks ... 11 sacks this year would position Lewis No. 2 all-time at Ohio State, trailing only Mike Vrabel, who had 36 between 1993-96.
Honors & Awards:
2016: Big Ten's Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year, first-team All-Big Ten (coaches and media), Team captain
2015: Honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media)
2016 Season (Junior): Lewis started all 13 games and was a leader for the nation's sixth-ranked total defensive unit, one that was No. 3 in both scoring and passing efficiency defense, by contributing 29 tackles and team-high in tackles-for-loss (10.5 for 61 yards) and quarterback sacks (8.0 for 55 yards) ... he was credited with the walk-off sack that all of his line-mates were also a part of in the overtime win at No. 8 Wisconsin ... recorded 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in the one-point win at Michigan State ... season totals also included five quarterback pressures and three forced fumbles that were tied for 2nd-most in the Big Ten.
2015 Season (Sophomore): Lewis started all 13 games for the 12-1 Buckeyes and ranked sixth on the team from his defensive end position in total tackles with 54 … included was 14.0 tackles-for-loss (second-most on the team behind Joey Bosa) and a team-high 8.0 quarterback sacks with both figures among the Top 10 in the Big Ten Conference … was named honorable mention all-Big Ten by both the coaches and the media … recorded a personal-best 3.5 tackles-for-loss vs. Indiana plus had 2.5 vs. Maryland and 2.0 vs. Virginia Tech … registered career-best 2.0 sacks vs. Maryland … 16 TFL yards vs. Maryland also set a personal best … set a career-best with eight total tackles against Michigan State and with seven stops vs. Northern Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota … ranked second among defensive linemen with 731 snaps … had at least one special teams snap in every game.
2014 Season (Freshman): Lewis played in all 15 games for the College Football Playoff national champions ... his 224 plays included 201 snaps on the defensive line with the rest special team's appearances ... had a personal-best 36 plays vs. Illinois and had 35 vs. Kent State ... was called on for 25 snaps along the defensive line in the national title game vs. Oregon ... he had nine tackles on the season, including 2.5 tackles-for-loss (8 yards) and a quarterback hurry.
More on Tyquan:Lewis was a four-star defensive end prospect (Rivals, Scout, 247Sports) from Tarboro, N.C., and Tarboro High School ... a Top 25 defensive end who comes from a tremendous program at Tarboro ... the Vikings, coached by Jeff Craddock, won three consecutive North Carolina Class 2A state championships and had won 21 consecutive games before falling in the 2012 state championship to East Lincoln ... Lewis was injured in the title game but still played and earned defensive player of the game honors ... he finished his senior season with 13 sacks and was named to the Associated Press all-state team ... he had 12 sacks among his 63 tackles as a junior ... is the son of Tyronda Whitaker, and a proud big brother to three younger brothers: Kenai, Tylie and Christian.
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