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#10 E.J. Levenberry
Position: Linebacker
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 246
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Woodbridge, Va.
High School: C.D. Hylton
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2014 Outlook: Seen as a rising star on Florida State’s talented linebacker corps. Virginia native who can make end-to-end plays because of his great athleticism and speed. Led the Garnet team with eight tackles in the annual Garnet and Gold spring game. One of FSU’s candidates to have a breakout season if he can follow up on his playmaking abilities shown in 2013.

2013: Impressive true freshman linebacker who made a major impact in 2013 appearing in 13 games and making one start...intercepted a pass and returned it 78 yards for a touchdown against Idaho; added two tackles...led the team and set a new career high with eight tackles, 1.0 TFL and one pass break-up against NC State...registered four tackles and forced a fumble against Maryland...tied for second on the team with six tackles at Wake Forest...added six tackles against Syracuse…had five special teams tackles as a member of the kickoff coverage unit…ranked ninth on the team with 39 tackles, including 1.0 tackles for loss.

PERSONAL: Was a force during his senior season in high school, registering 172 tackles (129 solo, 23 for loss), 14 deflections and 24 quarterback hurries as the Bulldogs posted a 10-3 record and reached the Virginia Group AAA Division 6 state semifinals...Levenberry registered 20 tackles, including 15 solo stops in his final game for the Bulldogs...C.D. Hylton was 21-4 over the course of Levenberry’s two seasons as a star linebacker...a two-time Washington Post All-Met selection...physical and explosive player who has outstanding football instincts...held a 5-star rating from PrepStar and 4-star rankings from ESPN, Rivals, Scout and 247...consensus top 12 linebacker in the nation among recruiting sites...participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl...played his first two seasons of high school football at perennial Washington, D.C. area power DeMatha Catholic...held offers from 20 major programs, ultimately choosing FSU over Tennessee, Alabama and Oklahoma.
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