The senior QB drops announces his move to MSU on Thursday, Dec. 15.
West Linn senior quarterback Sam Leavitt is a travelin’ man.
Leavitt, a four-star QB who played his high school football at Westview High School, Pleasant Grove High School in Utah, and finally, at West Linn, made his latest move on Thursday, Dec. 15.
Leavitt, a 6-foot-3, 200-pounder, de-committed from Washington State on Wednesday, Dec. 14, re-opened his recruitment, then announced on Thursday that he had accepted a scholarship offer to play football at Michigan State. Leavitt wrote on his Twitter account: “East Lansing 📍 Go Green!! 🤍💚 #Committed”
Leavitt’s latest move came just a day after de-committing to Washington State.
In announcing his decision to leave WSU on Twitter, Leavitt wrote:
“First and foremost I would like to thank coach Dickert and the Washington State staff for believing in me, and giving me an opportunity to play football at the next level. It’s best for me at this time in my career to DECOMMIT from Washington State University.
“I have nothing but love and respect for coach Dickert, the staff, Washington State and it’s fans. Moving forward I hope nothing but the best for them.”
In addition to his offers from MIchigan State and Washington State, Leavitt also received scholarship offers from Washington, Florida State and Arizona.
During his senior season, Leavitt completed 165 of 231 passes for 2,701 yards, with 34 touchdowns and just four interceptions. Along the way, he led the Lions to the Three Rivers League championship, and later, the Class 6A state crown.
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