Levrite was a reserve as a freshman and moved into the starting line up four games into his sophomore season. He has shuffled between both right and left tackle since then but has been in the lineup since then. He closed out his career with All Pac 10 first team honors.
Levitre is tough and plays with a mean streak. His goal on every snap is to drive his man off the line and into the ground, and he does not quit until the whistle blows. He has a thick frame and displays the power to consistently control his man at the point of attack. Levitre also shows solid lateral agility as he has most of his experience on the outside as a tackle. That experience at tackle gives him a bit of versatility as he is most likely to move inside to guard at the next level. That ability to bounce outside in a pinch though is a nice trait to have.
Levitre is only a marginal athlete, and that is why he is moving inside. He has decent feet in a short area but he is not going to get out on the move very often. He also is short and may have maximized his frame so there isnít much room for growth at the next level.
Levitre is not a major physical specimen but he shows some ability to move defenders off the line of scrimmage in the running game and create space for his backs. The tenacity he plays with, along with his strength and experience should allow him to make an impact early on in his NFL career. He could be a rookie starter despite only grading out as a third rounder.