PEMBROKE PARK, Fla. – A Texas high school football star had a little fun on National Signing Day with fans of two Florida schools that were recruiting him.
Four-star linebacker Levi Jones , from Austin’s Westlake High School, considered one of the top 300 prospects by ESPN, taunted the national television audience that was watching as he signed his letter of intent. Miami high school football coach says FAU’s Kiffin off-limits to recruits
Jones stood up and removed his jacket to reveal a Florida Gators sweatshirt. There was a round of applause before Jones cautioned the crowd.
"Y’all better chill," he said.
Jones removed the Gators sweatshirt, proudly displaying the Florida State Seminoles sweatshirt underneath it. But he wasn’t done. Jones removed the Seminoles sweatshirt. Underneath it was a Southern California Trojans shirt.
"Fight on," Jones said, quoting USC’s motto.
Jones then put on a USC hat, sealing the deal.
The Trojans finished No. 3 in the country last season with a 10-3 record.
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