Now he os back among the list of uncommitted prospects.
Following the hiring of Scot Loeffler as Auburn's Offensive Coordinator on Monday and having the chance to sit back and think about his decision, Louis will now make a final decision on signing day between the two schools after texting that news out to various news outlets on Wednesday.
"I'm not committed to anyone," Louis said in a text.
A standout at Miami Beach Senior High as mostly a quarterback during his career, Louis is projected to be a wide receiver on the next level and he flashed plenty of potential at that during the Under Armour All-American Game and practices in early January.
As a senior he split time between multiple positions as he saw action as a receiver and running back.
Ranked the number 29 wide receiver in the nation Scout.com, the 6-2, 205 Louis is physically ready to play on the next level and has a chance to play early in college.
Louis was a standout performer at an Auburn football camp this past summer. He took an official visit to Auburn in October and watched the Tigers defeat the Florida Gators.
Scout.com recruiting analyst Chad Simmons has these comments about Louis: "Louis has been playing out of position and not really given the opportunity to shine the way he should up until now. Paying wide receiver and running back, he is able to show his explosiveness with the ball in his hands. He makes plays in space, he runs past people, and he shows the ability Scout saw in him early.
"He still needs to work on catching the ball with more consistency, learning how to run crisp routes as a receiver, and working on his ability to change direction, but he has size, speed, and play-making ability that will get him on the field early," Simmons added.