Kelvin Lewis, the No. 86 ranked prospect in the Rivals150, has a top three school list, but one SEC school has the inside track to landing the 6-foot-4, 175-pound shooting guard from North Crowley (Texas) High School.
"It's down to Auburn, Virginia and USC, with Auburn definitely being the leader at this point," said Lewis' AAU coach Rob Wright of the Dallas Slam. "Texas came in Wednesday to try and make a late push as did Arizona State and Houston.
"Kelvin visits Virginia this weekend, and unless something drastic happens, that will be his last visit."
Lewis also had visits from Virginia and Auburn this week, but it was his first official visit that he took to Auburn at the beginning of the month that made the biggest impression.
"Kelvin had a great visit," said Wright. "He loves Coach Lebo and his staff and the way they have recruited him. They followed him all summer and let him know they wanted him. He loved the campus and the atmosphere down there. He also has family that live 30 to 40 minutes from Auburn."
Lewis, who played in the recent Global Games under Coach Wright, fared very well playing against the older competition.
"Kelvin really surprised me in the Global Games," said Wright. "He more than held his own against the older competition. He can flat out score. He gets to the basket whenever he wants. Also, he has a nice midrange game. He's a great kid and a coach's dream."