E.J. Levenberry Jr., who committed to Florida State on April 24th, took an official visit to Oklahoma last weekend for the Notre Dame game. The outside linebacker from Woodbridge (Va.) C. D. Hylton seemed to really enjoy his visit.
"It was a good experience down there," said the 6-foot-3, 226-pound Levenberry. "That was the furthest west I've been. I got to sit down with the coaches and have dinner."
Why did the future Seminole decide to take an official visit to a different school?
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"It was good to see a big game like that," Levenberry said. "There were a lot of Notre Dame fans down there and I got to see one of my role models, Manti Te'o. I think I play like him and our games are very similar."
Was the visit enough to make Levenberry decide to change his commitment?
"I'm committed to Florida State. I'm a Seminole," he said. "They're both good, prestigious universities. I like them both. I really like the strength coaches at both schools and they seem like they do things right in the weight room."
Levenberry will be taking a visit to Tallahassee for the Florida game on November 24th.