Dallin Leavitt, a 5-foot-11, 202-pound safety prospect from Central Catholic High School in Portland…
Two New Offers for Leavitt
Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic safety Dallin Leavitt committed to BYU early in the recruiting process, but that hasn't stopped other programs from showing interest. "Wyoming, it was actually the first time I had talked to them at all," said Leavitt. "They showed up at my school. They said they had watched my film, they saw me lift and offered." "I had kind of been talking to Hawaii for a while, I felt like they were going to offer," said Leavitt. "Coach Wiesenehan showed up at my school. We ended up talking for a while, talking football and life. He told me about Hawaii and he brought up offers and said he was offering me." Leavitt is looking to learn more about both programs, but has some knowledge on the Warriors. "Hawaii is cool… it's in Hawaii," said Leavitt. "I don't know any of the other coaches, but I want to build that relationship. I'd like to check out the campus and every school is a possibility. I am still committed to BYU, but open to looking at everything." Leavitt also plans on getting to as many camps as possible this spring and summer. "June 2nd at Oregon State, June 10th at the NFTC, June 13th to BYU Junior Day," said Leavitt. "I have a lot of family down there, so I might stay there for a bit. Later in July I am going to Arizona State, Colorado, UCLA, USC, California, Stanford and Boise State. I want to get to all of the schools in the area." Leavitt looks forward to competing at camps and sees a benefit even if it doesn't earn him an offer. "It's not going to be a bad experience, even if there is no offer," said Leavitt. "I get to compete and get better." Jake Worthen is a West Recruiting Analyst for Scout.com. Follow him on Twitter | Contact him at E-Mail | .
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