2013: Appeared in all 12 games, making three starts ... had 24 tackles, 20 solo, and one PBU on the year ... had a solo tackle at Cincinnati on Aug. 31 ... had three unassisted tackles against Indiana State on Sept. 7 ... finished with two tackles against No. 21 Notre Dame on Sept. 14 ... recorded two solo tackles at No. 24 Wisconsin on Sept. 21 ... had a career-high four solo tackles and a PBU against Northern Illinois on Sept. 28 ... had two solo tackles against Nebraska on Oct. 12 ... tallied a career-high five total tackles at Indiana on Nov. 30.
2012: Appeared in 12 games as a reserve ... had eight tackles on the year, including seven solo stops ... recorded two interceptions and two PBUs ... had two solo stops against Eastern Michigan on Sept. 15 ... recorded first collegiate interception against Marshall on Sept. 29 ... intercepted a pass against Indiana on Nov. 24 and returned it 50 yards ... had three tackles, all solo, in the Heart of Dallas Bowl against Oklahoma State on Jan. 1, 2013.
2011: Appeared in six games as a reserve ... recorded a solo tackle against Southeast Missouri on Sept. 17.
2010: Did not play.
High School: Three-star prospect and No. 27 recruit in Illinois by Rivals.com ... three-star recruit and No. 77 cornerback nationally by Scout ... ranked as the No. 23 cornerback nationally by Tom Lemming of maxpreps.com ... three-star prospect and No. 96 athlete nationally by ESPN ... two-time all-conference selection ... had 40 tackles, 15 pass breakups and three interceptions as senior while also scoring six touchdowns ... also played wide receiver and was voted team's Most Improved Player as a junior after catching 30 passes for over 900 yards and 10 touchdowns ... returned five kickoffs for 185 yards (37.0 average) and one touchdown his junior year ... coach was Aaron Peppers ... also participated in track and field.
Personal: Given name is Antoine Aarius Lewis ... born Nov. 3, 1991 ... plans on majoring in retail management ... enjoys playing video games ... father, Antoine, played football at Illinois Benedictine University ... uncle, Corey Cooper Sr., lettered in football at Purdue in 1983 and 1984.