Hylton linebacker E.J. Levenberry, unswayed by a trip over the weekend to Tennessee, stuck with his commitment to Florida State and signed with the Seminoles on Wednesday afternoon.

“Florida State was just my home and that's where my heart was at,” Levenberry said after the ceremony. I loved all the schools I went to, but Florida State is where I felt the most comfortable. It was just the right place for me. The players took me in and everything, and the coaches, they showed me so much love.”

The repeat All-Met last season totaled 172 tackles (129 solo, 23 for loss), 14 deflections and 24 hurries.

Hylton offensive lineman Chasz Wright (Connecticut) and defensive lineman Reggie Miles (Navy) also made their commitments official Wednesday.

“I’m a no-star now,” Levenberry said. “I have to build myself back up in college. I’m not even a one-star. I have no stars.”

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