Following a decommitment from Auburn this past May, Damarjhe Lewis has continued to pursue more SEC programs.
With scholarship offers from LSU and Tennessee, the Griffin (GA) prospect made a return to trip to Knoxville after making a previous visit in February.
Lewis was on campus for the Volunteers’ 41-21 win over South Carolina on Saturday.
“It was great,” he said. “I had a blast. Talking to other commits like Keshawn [Lawrence] and talking about how we can make an impact on the defensive side of the ball. And you know I like talking to [defensive line] coach [Tracy Rocker] is like talking with my family. He is a hardcore coach. He’s going ride ya. If you can’t handle it, Tennessee ain’t the place for you.”
The 2020 defensive lineman had originally extended a verbal commitment to Auburn last summer after landing a Tigers’ offer.
Since then, other offers have come from Boston College, Troy, Navy, Georgia Tech, Miami (FL), UCF, West Virginia, Georgia Southern, Oklahoma, USF, Tennessee State, Louisville, Rutgers, Kansas, Penn State, Florida State, Western Kentucky, Charlotte and Indiana.
Lewis confirmed plans for more visits on his schedule on Tuesday.
“West Virginia and Indiana so far,” he said. “And Baylor and Florida just came in.”