Cats Looking at Wisconsin Two-Way Star

One of the fastest guys in the nation, possessing tremendous speed and agility with fine hands and a nice frame is finally getting some looks from the Wildcats. Get the latest on <b>DeAndre Levy</b>...

DeAndre Levy envisions himself as an outside linebacker at the collegiate level, but that has not kept schools from taking a look at his abilities as a tight end/wide receiver at Milwaukee Vincent High School.

Levy said that while most schools are recruiting him as a linebacker, Kansas and Kentucky have asked for offensive tape and are recruiting him for that side of the ball.

A three-year starter at linebacker and offensive end, Levy has scholarship offers from Wisconsin, Indiana and Pittsburgh. He attended a camp at those three schools over the summer and has taken additional unofficial visits to Wisconsin and Indiana. The Badgers, Hoosiers and Panthers are all recruiting Levy as a linebacker.

Levy said Nebraska, Iowa and Ohio State are also talking to him about playing linebacker but have yet to offer a scholarship.

"I'm considering every school that I'm in contact with," Levy said.

Levy will be a three-year varsity starter in 2004. Deandre was named 2nd team all-conference as a sophomore and he was named 1st team all-conference in 2003 after racking up 65 solo tackles and three sacks. Levy also started at wide receiver as a junior and had 300 yards receiving and four touchdowns.

He has not scheduled any official visits.

"I'll probably wait until after the season, towards the end," he said.

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