Miramar, Fla., High School three-star wide receiver Khalil Lewis has been committed to West Virginia for more than a year, but that hasn't stopped other schools from recruiting him.
And Lewis made a visit this weekend to one of those schools - Louisville.
The 6-foot, 180-pound three-star Lewis said the visit went "really good," and declined to answer questions about his commitment status after the visit.
"It was exactly what I expected from Louisville," Lewis said. "The visit was really good. I enjoyed myself there at Louisville."
Lewis confirmed that he won't take any more visits and will sign on Feb. 4 with either West Virginia or Louisville, but when asked about his commitment said: "I'm not replying to questions about that right now."
With West Virginia, Lewis has a couple of teammates also headed to play for the Mountaineers and former Miramar coach Damon Cogdell is the defensive line coach there.
But Lewis said he also "knows a lot of guys" from Miami at Louisville.
"I was surprised at all the guys I knew," he said. "They have a lot of Miami guys up there from the 2012 and 2013 classes. We just all knew each other from Miami.
"I liked it there and that helps. It's a great campus, it's a college town and the coaches are just great. I like those guys a lot."