Kapron Lewis-Moore thought he had his college destination figured out when committed to Texas A&M last summer. That was until the Aggies had a coaching change and the 6-foot-4, 225-pound defensive end decided to look around a bit.
Louisville, Colorado and Texas A&M have already received visits from the top prospect, and now it's Notre Dame's chance to impress Lewis-Moore.
"I leave tomorrow morning," Lewis-Moore said. "I'm looking forward to it. I've always liked Notre Dame. They were high on my list from the beginning."
Being from Texas, the Scout.com three-star prospect probably isn't used to the cold he'll endure for the two days he spends in South Bend.
"I'm good to go on that," he said. "I've got a big sweatshirt and a jacket for that. The cold doesn't really bother me."
Lewis-Moore also has begun to narrow his list a bit since we last spoke with him.
"I talked with Texas and I told them I wasn't considering them anymore," he said. "I told them I'm trying to narrow things down. Texas is out. Louisville is out. Right now it's Texas A&M, Notre Dame and Colorado for right now."
After his visit to Notre Dame this weekend Lewis-Moore says he'll take a short break from visits.
"I plan to take weekend off next weekend because I have my football banquet," he said. "I'll probably use my last trip. I'm not sure where I'll go yet.
"I'll announce on signing day. I'll just sit down and think about it and announce then."
What is Lewis-Moore hoping to see from the Irish this weekend?
"I'm mainly just looking to see how I fit in with the players up there and how I see myself fitting in up there," he said. "I'm just looking to see how comfortable I feel there and how they plan to use me in their defense….get to know the coaches a little better."
We'll follow up with Kapron after his visit to get his reaction to his Notre Dame visit and the Irish football team.
Lewis-Moore Set for Official Visit
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