Hurst (Texas) L.D. Bell defensive end Vili Leveni saw his recruitment take off this spring and now the 6-foot-3, 220-pound defender holds close to a dozen offers.
Out of those offers, though, he has three schools at the top of his list.
“I have a top three of Oklahoma State, Utah and Houston,” Leveni said.
Leveni hopes to officially visit all three of his favorites as well as an SEC program that has started showing interest as of late.
“I haven’t set up any official visits yet,” he said. “I’m planning on taking officials to all three of my favorites, though, and maybe Arkansas. Arkansas hasn’t offered me but I’ve been talking to them.
“I haven’t talked to many coaches lately because I’ve been taking a break from recruiting. I’ve got tickets to Arkansas games, though, so I’m trying to see when I can go to one of those.”
Out of the trio of schools standing out to him, Leveni is not yet able to name a favorite because there is one campus he has yet to see. He enjoyed his trips to the other two, though.
“Not really because I haven’t visited Oklahoma State yet,” he said of naming a favorite. “Once I get that visit, I should be able to make a decision.
“I’ve been to both Utah and Houston already. I got watch Houston practice and the way they run practice is a lot like we do. The technique for their defensive ends is a lot like ours too. Utah, I have a lot of family out there. I love it out there and could see myself there for sure.”