2015 Louisiana Prospect Looks at UCLA

Xavier Lewis

2015 four-star defensive back Xavier Lewis de-committed from LSU. Which schools, other than the Tigers, are in the mix?

Xavier Lewis, the 2015 cornerback prospect from Reserve (Louisiana) East St. John, announced Monday that he has decommitted from LSU.

"LSU still remains at the top," Lewis said. "No other universities made me change my mind. I just thought it would be best for my recruitment if I wasn't committed."

He added on Twitter he felt he made his decision too soon.

Lewis committed to LSU back in August when he and close friend Nicholas Brossette made their pledges on the same night. Lewis picked up an offer from the Tigers in June after a strong performance in camp.

He then said he's
looking to learn more about Texas A&M, UCLA and Florida.

Of course, the team to beat still remains LSU, but the Aggies, Bruins and Gators have all been putting in work trying to lure in top prospects from the Bayou.

Lewis plays quarterback and defensive back for East Saint John, which traditionally plays its best athlete at signal-caller.

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