Lewis Cine wears a tortoise around his neck. It goes wherever he goes.
He wears it on both official and unofficial visits. It is a nod to his culture growing up in Haiti. He says the “tribal” token helps him remember back home and keep where he comes from on his mind.
Cine told DawgNation that his recruiting is now essentially over. He’s taken all of his official visits and does not plan to waver from his decision.
His decision today should very likely stand. That’s where he plans to play college football with no planned wavering.
The senior standout started the 2018 season with 26 tackles in his first game. That’s because he said his coaches at Trinity allowed him to flow all over the field and make plays.
He’s also blocked two field goals this season.
Cine visited both Texas and UGA three times. Penn State was an early leader in his process and that’s where he visited the most prior to moving to Texas for his senior season.
He took official visits to all of his finalists. Those visits to Michigan, Penn State and Texas came during the spring and early summer.
The Bulldogs were the heavy 247Sports “Crystal Ball” favorite to land Cine in their 2019 class.
He’s now the 17th commitment to the Bulldogs in the class of 2019. This decision restores some of the momentum lost by the Bulldogs over the last 10 days.
Georgia had seen three prospects that had been committed to the nation’s No. 1 class on the 247Sports Team composite rankings opt to reopen their recruiting.
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