Uncategorized Coyotes Lewis back to SaberCamp Posted on January 21, 2013 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr (SAN JOSE) — SoCal Coyote quarterback and National Player of the Year Nate Lewis will return to the Arena Football League’s San Jose Sabercats February 3-7 for mini-camp, the Coyotes confirmed today. It will be Lewis’s second workout in the saber-gold and coral-green colors of the Sabercats, where he will join veteran quarterback and AFL Hall-of-Famer Aaron Garcia, and rookie Mitch Mustain. Pictured above during a recent workout (from left) is Lewis, Sabercat Head Coach Darren Arbet, and the Coyotes David “The Diesel” Cathcart. An Arena Football League Hall of Fame inductee, three-time ArenaBowl champion and two-time AFL Coach of the Year, Coach Arbet brings a passion and work ethic that is unmatched in the league. Entering 2013, his 17th season with the franchise, Arbet begins his 13th as head coach and third as part owner of the franchise. Lewis, the nation’s number-one AAA passer, completed 19 of 26 for 315 yards and six touchdowns in a little more than two quarters of work in the Coyotes last game, a 43-8 win over the Las Vegas Rush. His quarterback rating on the night was 138.01, including bombs of 50, 55, 35, and 66 yards. On the 2013 season, Lewis has thrown for 1,197 yards and 15 touchdowns, with a completion percentage of — are you kidding me? — 73 percent.