Stanford picked up a very big commitment from one of the state's top two way players over the weekend. San Diego (Calif.) Helix athlete Levine Toilolo attended the Cardinal Junior Day and decided to end the recruiting process shortly after coming home.
Toilolo, 6-7, 235 pounds is a talented tight end who also stands out on the defensive line. Toilolo has a great frame and we wouldn't be surprised if he eventually outgrew the tight end position and was moved to the offensive line or a down lineman on defense.
Florida, Stanford and Vanderbilt all offered very early in the process and Toilolo spent this past weekend on the Farm for the Cardinal Junior Day.
"We spent two days at Stanford and Levine decided to commit Monday afternoon," Ray Toilolo, Levine's father said. "Levine has been praying about this decision and when we came home, he wanted to talk about this decision and whether to commit or not.
"Levine saw things beyond football that will impact his life. He met with professors, academic advisors, etc. Stanford offered so much after the game of football and that's what it came down too."
Stanford had their best recruiting class in years a year ago and it appears Coach Harbaugh and the rest of the staff are out to top that performance this coming season.