Woodinville offensive guard Levi Rogers, among state’s top linemen, announces commitment to Stanford

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:

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