Woodinville offensive lineman Levi Rogers announced his commitment to Stanford on Tuesday evening, narrowing down the Cardinal from a long list of power five schools.
Rogers, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound guard, is a standout among a stout and experience-laden Woodinville offensive line.
In a post to Twitter, Rogers thanked the schools that recruited him, his mom and God for helping make a “distant dream come to reality.”
The senior is a four-star recruit, according to 247 Sports, and held offers from 10 other Pac-12 schools. His verbal commitment comes days before the 8-seeded Falcons’ 4A playoff opener against No. 9 Skyview on at Pop Kenney Stadium on Saturday.
Support poured in from many, inluding fellow Washington high school football standouts Caadyn Stephen of Camas, a USC commit and fellow lineman and Monroe’s Efton Chism III, an Eastern Washington commit.
Rogers spoke to Scorebook Live after Woodinville’s 7-3 win over Mount Si in Week 4: