LeVitre, who started 35 consecutive games during his career, earned PAC-10 honors four times and feels he will bring a lot to whatever team drafts him.
"I think that they get a hard worker and a technician," he said. "I kind of see myself as a technician when it comes to the football aspect of it. I am a relentless player that always gives 100 percent on the field and never quits."
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"You know, I feel pretty good snapping the ball; I just haven't had a good chance to show coaches or scouts or anything like that," he said.
As a senior in 2008, LeVitre had a career-high 91 knockdowns and a total of 14 blocks that resulted in touchdowns. As a result, Oregon State averaged 360.57 yards in total offense.
He believes his experience in the college ranks has prepared him for the NFL.
"We have a lot in [our offense at Oregon State], so we can run a bunch of different things in a game," he said. "It's a pro-style offense that definitely prepares you for the next level."
LeVitre is a versatile player with good awareness on the field. He has experience playing is multiple positions and his work ethic is outstanding.
In many ways, he's comparable to Chargers lineman Scott Mruczkowski, who can play every position except left tackle.
"You know, having someone who can play multiple positions, it makes you more valuable," LeVitre said. "So I see that as an attribute for myself and hopefully that can attract teams that are interested in me."
LeVitre, a projected middle-round pick, could be in the mix to replace OG Mike Goff.
Even if he is drafted for depth or developmental purposes, his character makes him an intriguing long-term prospect for the Chargers.
"I think they will catch on and realize that I am a well-rounded person, a good person on the team, a good person on and off the field," he said.
"The film doesn't lie and they will see that [I am a great player] on film. As soon as they get to know me, they will realize I am probably someone worth investing in."