Kelvin Lewis, a 6-foot-4, 175-pound guard from North Crowley High in Fort Worth, Tex., and 6-6, 185 guard/forward Lucas Hargrove from Northeast Richland High in Columbia, S.C., have signed national letters of intent to play for the Tigers.
Both players were early commitments for the Tigers, who are not expected to add any more players in the early signing period that runs through Tuesday.
"Both Kelvin and Lucas are very versatile, which is what we like in our players," Lebo says. "We are very excited about them joining our program."
"Kelvin is a combo guard who can play the one or two," Lebo says. "He plays for a very good high school program, is a coach's son and is a terrific student. Kelvin exemplifies the word student-athlete. He plays in a good district in high school. He is a coach's son and is a gym rat, which I like. He is going to get better and better each year at Auburn."
"Lucas Hargrove is very versatile," Lebo says. "He has played a lot of different positions, and he played for a very good coach in Jason Powell at Richland Northeast High School. His best basketball is in front of him."