The Kentucky Wildcats picked up a pair of commitments Wednesday evening in the form of Rayshad and Rahsaan Lewis, the sons of NFL Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis.
The Lewis brothers announced they would be coming to Lexington, with Rayshad transferring from the University of Maryland and Rahsaan transferring from Florida Atlantic University.
Rayshad will be a graduate transfer from Maryland, where he played in 22 games. Before his time at Maryland, he was at Utah State, where he picked up 40 receptions for 476 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman.
Rahsaan was a redshirt sophomore at FAU this past year, but started his career at Central Florida in 2018.
These are two solid pickups for the Wildcats who have the ability to garner some playing time early. If fans are allowed at Kroger Field, we may even end up with a Ray Lewis sighting.
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