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Marcus Lewis says Kentucky is still his leader

Damien Harris and Marcus Lewis

Damien Harris and Marcus Lewis

Damien Harris and Marcus Lewis

Four-star cornerback Marcus Lewis is currently in Orlando, Florida with Damien Harris for the Under Armour All-American game, and took a break to do an interview with Rivals’ Mike Farrell about his recruitment. The Washington, DC native said his top three, in order, is Kentucky, Washington State, and Miami, and he’ll announce his decision after an official visit to Miami on January 16.

Lewis took an official visit to Kentucky on December 13 with his high school teammate and current UK commit Jabari Greenwood, whom he says will definitely have an impact on his decision. “It’s definitely important. Jabari is like family, we played high school ball together, he’s like my brother. It’s real important to have a family feel on campus away from home. It’s really important.”

With Jim Harbaugh headed to Michigan, the Wolverines have reentered Lewis’ recruitment as a dark horse. Lewis confirmed that if Michigan comes calling, he’ll agree to meet with the new coaching staff. Something to keep an eye on…

Meanwhile, Harris and Lewis’ budding friendship continues in Orlando:

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1 Comment for Marcus Lewis says Kentucky is still his leader



  1. WillySpankit
    4:34 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Harbaugh worries me a bit. Harris is looking more and more like he’s staying home, but he obviously liked something about Michigan or he never would’ve committed there before. I think this could hurt our chances. Same with Lewis, though he never actually committed. Oh well. As long as they don’t steal our coach!