“It feels awesome getting that first one,” Godlevske said. “Having the first one come from an Indiana school makes it a whole lot better.”
Godlevske learned of the offer during a phone conversation with Ball State offensive coordinator and Indianapolis area recruiter Joey Lynch.
“I know Ball State has a great football tradition,” Godlevske said. “And I can’t wait to learn more about it.”
The tough and physical Godlevske is a high motor kid that wears opponents out with his non-stop effort and physicality.
”I go 110% on every play,” he said of his playing style. “I block until the whistle blows. I play smart and I do my best to be a leader on the field.”