After having a breakout spring and summer with Movement Hoops, Arhman Lewis has continued to shine this high school season. So far this year at Madison La Follette, the junior point guard had led his team to a 6-1 record. 

While his teams entire high school season was cancelled last season, he is making up for the lost season quickly this year. Lewis is currently leading his team in points scoring 15.6 a game while shooting 53.3% from field as well as 40% from three. 

The point guard has a great combination of quickness, handle, and shiftiness. He is incredibly difficult to stick with and can get anywhere on the floor with the ball. Lewis is a dynamic playmaker that has a very good ability to get into the paint and create for himself and teammates. Not only is he a crafty finisher around the basket but has also become a consistent shooter that can create his own shot from the mid-range as well as the perimeter. A couple things that Lewis is looking to improve upon is his consistency and team leadership. 

With his play between Madison La Follette and Movement Hoops, Lewis has started to attract the interest of both division one and two college programs. Some of the schools showing the most interest right now include Albany, North Dakota, Winona State, among others.