The 6-foot-2, 324-pound offensive guard chose FIU over offers from Valdosta State University, Notre Dame College, and Faulkner University.
When asked what went into his decision, Daniels replied, “FIU is not to far from home and the coaching staff treats you like family.”
Daniels said he’s maintained a great relationship with the coaching staff, especially offensive line coach Joel Rodriguez, who he speaks to the most. The Panthers are in desperate need of help on the offensive line after finishing 65th in rushing offense last season.
“My goals at FIU [are] to help the team win a championship and be a leader to the rest of the team.”
Daniels attends Bradford High School, which comes off of a 6-6 season and a trip to the Class 4A regional finals. Heading into his senior campaign, his expectations are stellar.
“[My] expectations for this senior season is to get a national championship ring.”
Levontre Daniels is ranked as a two-star recruit by 247Sports and will be pairing up with Stranahan three-star offensive tackle Kareem Harden and Miami Northwestern three-star linebacker A’Mahri McCray to put the Panthers back on the map.