He decided to stick with the Seminoles, but not after some tense deliberation.
In an effort to "leave-no-stone-unturned", Levenberry took an official visit to Tennessee and the response was positive.
"Tennessee has the facilities and everything to win a National Championship," Levenberry's father said at the time.
When Florida State lost assistant Mark Stoops along with assistant D.J. Elliot, it threw a wrench into the process, but at the end of the day, FSU is his home away from home as he joins fellow All-Met standouts Eddie Goldman and Ronald Darby.
"Eddie Goldman is a homeboy," Levenberry said. "They have a dominate D-Line there, and coach Haggins is known for his defensive line and those guys take up two block,s so I will be open to make plays. I think that's very good. We also got Ronald Darby as a defensive back, and having him out there means I can blitz and feel comfortable that he will get the pick."
Levenberry closed his senior campaign with 124 tackles.