Back in April, New Jersey strongside defensive ended Aaron Lewis committed to WVU. The 6’5″ 240 pound defensive lineman started a path from New Jersey to Morgantown with offensive lineman Chris Mayo committing to West Virginia and Tirek Austin-Cave looking very likely.
Well now there are grumblings coming from Ann Arbor that suggest Lewis could be on the verge of flipping from WVU to Michigan.
While Lewis once looked like a stone cold lock to head to Morgantown, after a visit to Ann Arbor, he’s clearly still considering his options.
— aaron.lewis84 (@aaron_lewis71) June 23, 2019
This may come as a shock to many, but this happens every year. Top schools like Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State and for some reason Michigan, are able to get top recruits to flip and join their class.
Let’s hope Neal Brown and staff are able to hang on to Lewis. Even more, let’s hope this is not a chain reaction that results in losing Lewis, Mayo and Austin-Cave.