Wossman High School's Cameron Lewis committed to LSU back in March, but as National Signing Day approaches, the Tigers aren't the only team he's listenting to.
Lewis said he is still committed to LSU, but he still wants to take his official visits to other programs.
"Well, I’m still looking at schools," he said. "I’m still taking my official visits. I just want to see what other schools have to offer."
Lewis is still hearing from a number of programs such as TCU, Texas A&M and Houston. He said he plans on visiting TCU the week before National Signing Day, which falls on Feb. 3. The dual-threat quaterback/safety prospect will also visit LSU on Jan. 15 and Texas A&M on Jan. 22. Lewis said he also plans on setting up an official visit to Houston, but no speficic date has been set.
Lewis said he has been in contact with TCU's coaching staff, including head coach Gary Patterson, who is trying to set up an in-home visit sometime in the near future.
The 4-star prospect said TCU has a great program and noted that he has a few friends on the team, including fellow Monroe, Louisiana native KaVontae Turpin, who had a break out season as a wide receiver and return specialist during his freshman year. Lewis said he watched almost every TCU game on TV this year.
Like Turpin, Lewis is also an extremely versatile athlete. During his senior year at Wossman, he played quaterback, runningback, wide receiver, cornerback and safety, which is his projected position at the college level.
"Well, it really doesn’t matter what I play," Lewis said. "I think I can play whatever. I think safety would be a perfect position for me because in football, safety is like the quarterback in the secondary. That’s what most of the schools want me to play."
But Lewis said the biggest thing he's improved upon this season is "growing up."
"I improved in, I feel like, just growing up – becoming a leader on offense and defense and my game. Doing whatever it takes to win."