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Earlier this year, Rahsaan Lewis announced he would be transferring away from Central Florida, and now we know where he’s headed.

Lewis, the son of NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis, will be joining Lane Kiffin and the Florida Atlantic Owls this coming season.

“Change is a scary thing in life and you never know if it’s going to be better or worse but you gotta trust in God which is exactly what I’m doing,” he wrote.



A former walk-on linebacker at UCF, Lewis will be working as a slot receiver for Kiffin at FAU, the Palm Beach Post reports.

He made the switch this spring and showed up well during Central Florida’s spring game, catching four passes for 101 yards, including a 75-yard touchdown.

For Kiffin, this represents the second son of a legendary NFL star to commit to his program in the past week, as Frank Gore Jr. also committed to FAU.