Dontae Levingston has two official visits scheduled and the Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne offensive guard said he's not sure if he'll take other trips or if he'll be finished after visiting SMU and Oregon in the next few weeks.
Levingston, a 6-foot-5, 279-pound prospect, will visit SMU this weekend when the Mustangs host Houston and it could be a huge trip since the Southern California prospect has been high on the program for some time.
With SMU receiving commitments from Gardena (Calif.) Serra quarterback Conner Preston and Los Angeles Salesian defensive end Davon Moreland, three- and four-star prospects, respectively, it makes Levingston like the program even more.
"I really like that the coaching staff is so cool and they're getting good recruits like Conner and Davon," Levingston said. "If we were all to go there we'd have a very good class.
"I like how (the coaching staff) talks to me. I don't know how to say it but they're really cool, they're laid back and they keep it real."
Levingston's other visit is slated for Oregon on Nov. 6 when the Ducks host Washington. Assistant coach Steve Greatwood has been working Levingston, who said he's not only impressed with what Oregon's offensive line coach says but how the two interact and it's a big reason why he likes the Ducks so much.
"Me and coach Greatwood have been talking at least twice a week," Levingston said. "Oregon is ranked high, I'd have a chance to come in and start early. (Greatwood) is really a good coach."
Three other official visits remain but Levingston said he's unsure whether or not he'll schedule any others. Arizona, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, San Diego State, Washington and Wyoming have also offered.
Rivals.com rates Levingston as the No. 23 offensive guard nationally and No. 34 in the California state rankings.