And now there are three: Another son of a Hurricanes legend says he’ll play football at FAU

In two seasons, Florida Atlantic could be fielding a team with the sons of Warren Sapp, Terrell Owens, Frank Gore and now Ray Lewis.

Lewis’ son, Rahsaan Lewis, announced a transfer from UCF to FAU on Monday evening via Twitter.

“After many prayers and talking with family, I’ve [come] to [the] decision that I will be transferring and 100% committed to Florida Atlantic University,” Lewis wrote on Twitter. “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.”

Lewis walked on with the Knights last season, and as a freshman defensive back, appeared in seven games. He got to UCF after playing just one year of football at Orlando-area Windermere Prep. Lewis played basketball before switching to the game in which his father starred.

Ray Lewis, who was a two-time first-team All-American with the Miami Hurricanes in college, was a two-time Super Bowl champion — winning one Super Bowl MVP — 13-time Pro-Bowl selection and seven-time first-team All-Pro in his NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens.

On Friday, Frank Gore Jr., a rising senior running back at Miami Killian, announced his commitment to the Owls’ 2020 recruiting class. His father, and Warren Sapp, were both stars at Miami, like Lewis.

This past recruiting cycle, Warren Sapp II and Terique Owens, sons of Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp and wide receiver Terrell Owens, respectively, joined FAU as preferred walk-ons.

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