Jamie Lewis, N.C. State’s lone commit from the Class of 2018, has changed his mind and could play somewhere else, he told The News & Observer on Thursday. Lewis, a three-star point guard from Westlake High School in Atlanta, has decommitted from N.C. State and will re-open his recruitment process. Eric Bossi, a national recruiting analyst from Rivals.com, was the first to report the news. Lewis, who has transferred to Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nev., said he will still consider N.C. State as an option. “I just wanted to see what comes about after this season,” Lewis said Thursday. “To see if there are any better situations out there, because I committed kind of early. I just want to make sure.” Lewis said he is looking for more of a “systematic offense.” “A one point-guard type offense,” he said. “I know N.C. State is more like a combo-guard offense, which is fine with me, but I feel like a pure point guard, so I want to see if any school out there will offer me that type of look.”