Although former All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis' decorated football career is over, his son's college football journey is just beginning.

Lewis' son Rayshad -- a 2016 athlete from Bishop Moore High School in Orlando -- announced Tuesday on Twitter that he's decided to play his college football at Utah State. The younger Lewis opted for USU over offers from Coastal Carolina, Fresno State, North Dakota State, and Toledo, among others.

Just officially committed to Utah State!#AggieUp pic.twitter.com/pTJRQWFCbr

— Rayshad Lewis (@ThatOtherLewis) January 27, 2016

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The talented prospect will play at receiver for the Aggies' program. It's a long journey from Orlando to Logan, Utah. However, the visit appeared to make an impression on Lewis.

"It was great," Lewis told the Orlando Sentinel. "I was surprised that the area was that beautiful and the facilities were that nice because you would never think that something in a small town like Logan, Utah, would be that impressive."