"It's a walk-on deal where they give you a scholarship in two years," said Anderson. "When I talked to Terry (Allen), he said Levi was going to walk on for two years. But they're going to announce him on signing day.
"It's not a national letter-of-intent. It's more like a commitment to the University, and doesn't mean anything to the NCAA. I think it's kind of a way to get kids to walk-on, when they could have gone to UNI."
Cyclone fans may remember a similar type of arrangement with Muscatine (Ia.) wide receiver Michael Main in last year's recruiting class.