Coach & Player Magazine Summer 2017 - Page 20

LAMAR BELIEVES THERE IS HIGH DEMAND FOR MORE GAMES LIKE THE ONE IMV IS CREATING. back in the gaming arena,” he said. “I think a lot of people would.” Cameron Lewis agrees. “The last game that came out (NCAA 2014 on the Xbox 360 platform), people are still playing that,” he said. “There are still dedicated people that go into the rosters on Xbox 360 and edit those rosters every year,” Alex added. “That tells me people are still hungry for it.” s part of their fundraising campaign, IMV is launching an insider program allowing fans an opportunity to donate either per month or annually. Judging from the millions of impressions on their social media pages, the cousins are confident they can raise the necessary funds to move ahead. Louis feels positive about his own prospects for the future. He and Raigyne plan to marry in early July, just before the start of training camp. Raigyne plays for LSU’s women’s basketball team and hopes to enter the next WNBA draft. The two met while Louis was still playing for the Tigers. He remembers seeing her riding a bike on her way to practice, and kept hoping for an opportunity to meet her. One day, while he and some of his football buddies were playing pickup basketball in the women’s gym, he ran into her. They started talking and began dating shortly thereafter. Louis has two goals for the 2017 season. “I believe if I can make the (Ravens) roster, and stay healthy, the sky’s the limit for my abilities and what I’m capable of doing,” he said. 20 The Lewis brothers proudly posing infront of thier mission statement for the IMV brand they have created.