Donnell Livingston (Sarasota, FL)- (DT-6'3-304-4.96/40-340/bench-465/squat) While Donnell's senior year may have been cut short with a recent loss, he still is very upbeat about what the future holds for him. "Yeah, hopefully college will turn out better than high school (regarding his high school teams record), I loved playing here, but now it's time to move and I can choose where that move is to."
Speaking of moving, Donnell took his first official visit the past weekend to the University of Nebraska. And Donnell was impressed with what he saw "The trip went pretty well. I have to say the have really, really good fans." His hosts for the trip were Benard "CrunkJuice" Thomas and Fabian Washington, who both made a good impression with Donnell "Those guys are great and Fabian's from Florida so we had a lot to talk about."
Everyone usually has one thing that stands out for them on a visit and for Donnell it was an offer "I knew they were going to offer me, but it hadn't been official until my trip. I was pretty excited about it."
So where does this leave NU in his mind? "Right now, they are my favorite. I'm looking at them really hard." We went on to talk about his remaining visits and a possible commit "I will be taking all my visits no matter what, but an early commit is likely to happen. But, if I do commit somewhere I'm still going to take the visits I have remaining, I need to make sure I make the best decision."
The visits Donnell has left are to the following schools: North Carolina (Dec 6th), Maryland (Dec 13th), Ole Miss (Jan 10th), and Florida St (Jan 17th).
Official visit update, Donnell Livingston
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