Two UM coaches visit with RB

This talented running back prospect had a couple Miami coaches stop by to visit with him. Read on to see what he's saying about everything.

Ray Lewis is the son of one of the best players in University of Miami history. Soon, he'll have a chance to leave his mark.

Lewis, 5-foot-9 and 180 pounds, is a senior running back from Lake Mary Prep and he's been committed to Miami for awhile. He talked about the latest with him and the Canes.

"I take my official visit to Miami on January 18th," Lewis said. "I'm looking forward to getting down there and spending some time."

Lewis never wavered on his pledge to the Canes, and says it's rock solid right now.

"My commitment is very solid right now, as of now I don't plan on visiting any other schools," he said.

No UM coaches have been by his home lately but two have been by his school.

"I haven't had any in home visits yet, but some coaches have came to my school to talk to me," he said. "Coach McDonald and Coach Richardson from Miami came. It was great, very informational, they answered everything I had questions about right then and there. I really enjoyed meeting them."

Lewis helped lead his team to an 11-1 season in 2012. He finished the year with 1,898 yards and 20 touchdowns on the ground; 31 catches for 676 yards and four touchdowns; and added 78 tackles and four interceptions on defense.


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