Scout.com spoke with both Albert Louis-Jean and his father on Monday night about both his recruiting…
Update on 4-star Miami commitment
Albert Louis-Jean Sr. spoke about his son's status: "It is a sad thing. Not a good thing at all. It has gotten us thinking twice, not to the point of making a change because the new coach hasn't been hired yet. That question can be entertained more after we meet the new coach to see what he is all about. When the decision was made to commit to Miami, it was Albert's dream school to play there. He dreamed about playing there when he was younger, so after we met the coaches and got to know more about the program and Randy Shannon, and what he did since he has been there, it was a done deal. That is what I wanted my son to be around and to play for a coach like Randy Shannon. And now that the coach is not Randy Shannon, I am not comfortable with the situation at all right now because obviously we don't know who they are going to bring in. The coach you play for is going to have an effect on your life, so the situation is up in the air right now." "If Albert still wants to go there and he is comfortable after meeting the person, he is going to have to take him at his word. He still may end up at Miami." "He was on an official to Penn State, he enjoyed himself. It was a standard official visit. Obviously great people at Penn State and it didn't hurt for him to take a visit, take a look." "Right now we don't know if we are going to take any other visits. There isn't anything planned except for the Miami visit on December 10th. That is all that is planned now. Anything can happen at this point, you never know what direction it can go." "Obviously it's his team. It is his team that he is committed to and he is disappointed with the losses. But anybody who has played sports in their lifetime knows that sometimes you lose. You can't really point at anyone; it is just how it goes sometimes. If anyone that has been part of a championship team or an undefeated team knows that it is luck to win like that. It just wasn't in the cards for Miami this year. He understands that and he isn't pointing fingers at the coaches or not saying they are doing this or they aren't doing that. So that is how he feels about that."
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