Indiana offensive lineman Landen Livingston joins WVU Class of 2022

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia has secured a fourth offensive lineman in the recruiting Class of 2022. Indiana offensive tackle Landen Livingston declared his intention to become a Mountaineer Friday afternoon. Livingston is a 6-foot-4, 285-pound lineman from Leo High School and is listed as a 3-star recruit.

Livingston selected West Virginia over his other four finalists in Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa and Purdue. He also holds scholarship offers from Air Force, Arizona State, Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Dartmouth, Illinois, Marshall, Miami (Ohio), Michigan State, Minnesota, Toledo and Tulane.

Livingston was offered by West Virginia on September 16, 2020 and visited Morgantown last month.

Leo High School went 10-2 in 2020 and advanced to the third round of the Indiana Class 4A playoffs. Livingston is the 14th verbal commitment in WVU’s next class and joins offensive linemen Maurice Hamilton, Charlie Katarincic and Sullivan Weidman in the group.

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