He also carries a 3.7 grade point average, and his academic prowess along with his athletic ability has earned him looks from several schools.
With the dead period ending, schools have told Levine that they will come out to see him, and hopes he will return the favor.
"I've just visited Wisconsin and I planned on going to Michigan State, but they said most of coaches don't plan on being there during the spring. They'll be out on the road, so it makes more sense come back for the 1-day. They said they're coming out here to watch me work out though. Wisconsin wants me to come to a 1-day, as well as Michigan State."
Levine was just at Wisconsin's spring game, and liked what he saw.
"I liked it a lot. I liked the campus a lot. It was sweet. The facilities there were pretty good, but they're re-doing it all, so that's pretty exciting."
Madison and the University of Wisconsin both offer several elements Levine is looking for.
"I'm looking for the best fit for me. I'm not really into the whole city school thing. Like the U (Minnesota) is more urban, and I like open areas. Wisconsin is a good mix of both. I'm also looking for a good business school. Mu dad is a business man and I want to follow in his footsteps."
This summer, Levine will hit the summer camp circuit, in hopes of picking up his first offer.
"I'll be going to Minnesota, Western Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Michigan State. I'll contact a couple more schools and find dates."