Pierre-Louis is being recruited by coach Eddie Gran, and his player host for the visit was Walter McFadden of Pompano Beach, Florida.
"I just committed," Pierre-Louis said on Sunday. "It was just a perfect fit for me--everything... the atmosphere here, the school, everything."
Pierre-Louis was on an official visit to Auburn along with teammate, Christian Thompson, a linebacker/safety prospect.
"We went out, we met all of the players and all of the coaches," Pierre-Louis noted. "(It was fun) meeting all of the coaches for the first time, going to coach's house, just hanging out with all of the players."
Auburn offered Pierre-Louis a scholarship just recently with the hiring of new offensive coordinator Tony Franklin, and the recruit says the new system was a major factor in making his decision.
"That affected my decision a huge amount," he said. "It's a perfect offense for me to get me in the open field and see what I can do."
Pierre-Louis added that he does not plan to take any more official visits and he rated his trip to Auburn a "10."
Pierre-Louis caught 30 passes for 586 yards and eight touchdowns as St. Thomas Aquinas won the Florida 5A State Championship. He also had 27 punt returns for 538 yards, a 19.9-yard average, with four touchdowns. He returned 13 kickoffs for 313 yards, a 24.1-yard average.
In addition to Pierre-Louis and Thompson, Auburn signed kicker Wes Byrum and offensive tackle Jermaine Johnson from St. Thomas Aquinas last year. After spending a year at Hargrave Military, Johnson is expected to resign with the Tigers in February.
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