SAN ANTONIO, Texas – E.J. Levenberry has been committed to Florida State going back to April, and the U.S. Army All-American linebacker remains high on the Seminoles.
Levenberry is excited to watch Florida State on Tuesday night.
With that being said, the 6-foot-3, 227-pound Levenberry hasn’t ruled out an official visit to another school before National Signing Day.
“I can’t really tell the future,” Levenberry said after practice on Tuesday. The Woodbridge (Va.) C.D. Hylton standout is ranked by the 247Composite as the nation’s No. 5 inside linebacker. “Schools are still calling me.”
Levenberry said two of those schools are Michigan and Tennessee.
“Michigan is on me hard,” Levenberry said. “I’ve been talking to all the coaches at Michigan. They’ve been sending me a lot of stuff. I talk to Coach (Jerry) Montgomery online and Coach (Greg) Mattison and Coach Hoke.”
The Vols have reemerged with assistant coach Tommy Thigpen leading the charge.
“Tennessee is on me really hard,” Levenberry said. “He said it’s going to be a great program, they have everything necessary to win a championship. They have all the materials in the weight room, the stadium and the fans. They have the recipe for success. They have a good program and he’s telling me to keep an eye out for them.”
Levenberry will have his eye on Florida State on Tuesday night during the Orange Bowl as the Seminoles take on Northern Illinois.
“I’m happy,” Levenberry said about Florida State. “It’s a great school, great place. I have family down there. It will be fun for me. I love the school and they have my degree and I’m ready to watch this bowl game.”