Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Tennessee visit on deck for four-star LB
By Dave Hooker
Tennessee refuses to give up on a four-star linebacker from the East Region. Likewise, he has refused to give up on the Volunteers.
E.J. Levenberry Jr. will take an official visit to Tennessee this weekend, according to his father, Eric Levenberry. The longtime Florida State commitment from Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton has had a hot and cold relationship with Tennessee. Tennessee was thought to be the lead school before former Alabama assistant Sal Sunseri was hired to be the Volunteers' defensive coordinator in January 2011. Sunseri didn't actively recruit Levenberry Jr., who eventually chose the Seminoles over Michigan and Oklahoma and many other schools.
Levenberry Jr. was scheduled to take the official visit to Tennessee last weekend. Ice storms in East Tennessee prompted him to postpone the trip to Feb. 2.