Lewis' weight ballooned to 285 pounds when he was a California high schooler, which didn't endear him to pro scouts or college recruiters. He got in better shape, spent two years at Los Angeles Pierce JC and hit his way into the fourth round of the 2019 Draft after tying a school record with 14 homers in his lone season at UC Irvine. He continued to mash in his pro debut, batting .297/.365/.534 with 13 homers in 56 games.
Lewis has some of the best raw power in the system, creating it with strength, bat speed and an aggressive approach. He can get pull-happy and long with his right-handed swing, so he likely will have to make adjustments to succeed against more advanced pitching. He makes a reasonable amount of contact considering he's in attack mode all the time but he could stand to draw more walks.
It's unclear whether Lewis can stick at third base, though he's better than the Dodgers initially expected. He has good hands and makes accurate throws, but he's also a below-average runner with just average arm strength and a slingy arm action. Left field and first base would be his other options, and he could develop into a less patient version of Rhys Hoskins.