Snider's Stuckey & Langston make college football choices official

February 1, 2023

Snider seniors Brandon Stuckey and Langston Leavell will continue their athletic careers at the next level. 

Stuckey, an offensive lineman, and Leavell, a running back put pen to paper on Wednesday during a signing ceremony at the school.

Stuckey will join the University of Indianapolis, an NCAA Division III program. At 6'2" and 205 lbs., Stuckey was named 1st Team All-Summit Athletic Conference at offensive guard.  He plans to study broadcasting at UIndy.

Leavell will play football and baseball at the University of Saint Francis, a powerhouse program in the NAIA. Leavell rushed for 14 touchdowns on 1,170 yards--97.5 per game and 9.14 per carry this past season; and added a receiving touchdown, as well. He earned 2nd team All-SAC honors. In junior baseball season a year ago, Leavell tallied 19 hits with 15 RBI and one home run for a .275 batting average. Leavell plans to study business management or sports management at USF.

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