Levingston to Decide Between Tech and Kansas

Santa Monica offensive lineman Dontae Levingston enjoyed his visit to Lubbock this past weekend and has narrowed down his list of schools to two candidates heading to signing day on Wednesday.

Santa Monica College offensive lineman Dontae Levingston put Texas Tech in his top two after visiting Lubbock this past weekend.

"I got to hangout with Sadale Foster, got to see the city, the campus, facilities and watch a practice. I got to meet pretty much the whole staff and team," Levingston said.

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound three-star prospect has received offers from Kansas, Kansas State, Memphis, Texas Tech, Georgia State, Idaho, Middle Tennessee, and New Mexico.

The visit to Lubbock helped narrow down his options and form a top two. Levingston is now just juggling between Kansas and Texas Tech and said a decision will be made before signing day on Wednesday.

"Right now it's between KU and Texas Tech," Levingston said. "We will see though because I have to consider other offers."

The most important thing for Levingston is getting on the field and playing the game he loves, but is looking for a close-knit group, too.

"I like how they treated me. I bonded with the guys it felt like a family," said Levingston. "It was all family bonding which is important."

Levingston, who originally committed to SMU out of Narbonne (CA) High School in 2011, has two years to play two seasons.

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