Perhaps the fact that the 6-foot-3, 200-pound outside linebacker transferred from River Ridge (Louisiana) to Marrero (Louisiana) John Ehret has gotten Divinity lost on coaches' radar, but UCLA found him.
"I've been hearing a lot of schools like how I play, but I hadn't talked with anyone until UCLA," he said. "A lot of colleges have come to the school (both Curtis and Ehret) and asked about me...LSU, Alabama, Texas A&M, Stanford and UL.
"I talked with UCLA today (Monday). They like my film and said I'll be talking with their linebackers coach soon. They want to build a relationship with me. I'm open to anyone. I just want to establish a relationship with a school."
Divinity began his prep career at John Curtis before transferring to John Ehret for his sophomore season.
"I had a great year," he said of his debut at Ehret. "I made 60-plus tackles and played a big part in our defense. I had 13 sacks and three interceptions.
"I play hard off the ball all the time and have fun playing the game. I do what my coaches tell me with a smile on my face. My coach told me in the Helen Cox game that I'd catch an interception if I dropped back, and so that's what I did."
Divinity will participate in the Nike SPARQ Combine this weekend in New Orleans.
As a testament to his athleticism, the coaches at Curtis used Divinity as an option quarterback, as well as a defensive end/linebacker hybrid in their four-man front.