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Waco offensive lineman Kaitori Leveston commits to Kansas State

The Kansas State Wildcats prepare to take the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
The Kansas State Wildcats prepare to take the field at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The Wichita Eagle

Kansas State’s offensive line received some good news on the recruiting front Tuesday.

Kaitori Leveston, a 6-foot-5, 290-pound offensive lineman from Waco, Texas, orally committed to the Wildcats. He announced his decision via Twitter.

“I plan to further my education and football career at Kansas State,” he wrote. “I couldn’t have made a better decision.”

Leveston plays predominantly left tackle at Midway High School.

He also had scholarship offers from Arizona State, Houston, Missouri and Texas Tech.

Leveston is a three-star recruit and the nation’s 111th rated offensive tackle, according to 247 Sports. Rivals rates him as a two-star recruit.

He joins Houston blocker Christian Duffie as the second offensive lineman in K-State’s 2018 recruiting class, which grew to nine members with Leveston’s commitment.

Kellis Robinett: @kellisrobinett

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