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Son of two-time Super Bowl champ Ray Lewis, Rayshad, decided to transfer from Utah State last month and has already decided on his next destination. He will be heading out east to play closer to where his pops did in the NFL:

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The younger Lewis will have to sit out a year before he can play per NCAA transfer rules, but he could give the rising Terps a nice receiver when he does become eligible for the 2018 season.

Lewis started seven of the 12 games in which he played. The 5’10”, 165-pound receiver finished second on the team in catches (40) and receiving yards (476), while his two receiving touchdowns were tied for second.  The receptions and yards were second-most in the school’s history for a freshman.  He also had 110 rushing yards on 10 carries to go with a touchdown on the ground.

Lewis was originally a two-star member of the 2016 class and chose USU over Appalachian State, Ball State, FAU, Idaho, Old Dominion and Toledo among others.

[h/t Yahoo Sports]

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