2017 – Appeared in all 13 of UVA’s games with eight starts … teamed up with Olamide Zaccheaus and Doni Dowling to become the first UVA receiving trio to each record at least 600 receiving yards in the same season … caught two passes for 56 yards and a touchdown against William & Mary … his 34-yard score against the Tribe came on fourth down … caught two passes for 24 yards against Indiana … caught four passes for 127 yards and a touchdown against UConn … teamed up with Olamide Zaccheaus (122) and Doni Dowling (136) as the only trio in UVA history to each have at least 100 yards receiving in the same game … his touchdown against the Huskies went for 73 yards … named ACC Receiver of the Week on Sept. 25 after leading UVA with five catches for 141 yards and two touchdowns in road win at Boise State … caught two passes for 29 yards against Duke … caught one pass against Boston College for nine yards … made two catches for 21 yards at Pitt … caught three passes for 67 yards and two touchdowns against Georgia Tech … scored the game-winning touchdown with 1:22 left against the Yellow Jackets on a 27-yard heave to the end zone by Kurt Benkert … caught six passes for 92 yards at Louisville … caught two passes for 37 yards and one touchdown at No. 2 Miami … became the 39th Cavalier in program history to reach 1,000 career receiving yards after catching two passes for 59 yards against Virginia Tech … made three catches for 27 yards against Navy in the Military Bowl. 2016 – Appeared in 10 of UVA’s 12 games with two starts … caught two passes for 65 yards at Duke in the ACC opener … made two catches for 22 yards against then-No. 22 North Carolina … caught two passes for 19 yards against then-No. 5 Louisville … missed the Wake Forest and Miami games with an injury … caught two passes for 20 yards at Georgia Tech. 2015 – Started the season opener at No. 13 UCLA and caught two passes for 16 yards … missed the final 11 games of the season with an injury. 2014 – Appeared in 11 of UVa’s 12 games with two starts … missed the Georgia Tech game with an injury … made first collegiate start at No. 2 Florida State … also started against Miami … finished season with 15 catches for 248 yards and two touchdowns … made collegiate debut against No. 7 UCLA and made three catches for 75 yards and a touchdown … collected three receptions for 46 yards at No. 21 BYU … made two catches for 53 yards against Kent State … caught one pass for a 16-yard touchdown at No. 2 Florida State … caught two passes for 24 yards in a home win over Miami. 2013 – Did not appear in any games … redshirted season … UVa’s offensive scout player of the week for the Duke and Clemson games.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
Played wide receiver and safety at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School for head coach Bob Milloy … suffered a lower extremity injury in the first game of 2012 and didn’t return to play until the final three games of the year … caught nine passes for 117 yards … rushed twice for 63 yards … ranked the No. 42 wide receiver in the nation and No. 2 wide receiver in Maryland by Rivals.com … ranked the No. 11 recruit from Maryland by Rivals .com … ranked the No. 1 wide receiver in Maryland by 247sports … selected first-team all-combine of the US Army All-American Junior Combine … named preseason all-state first-team by MaxPreps.com … named Top Performer out of the 30 participants from the state of Maryland at the Army All-American Combine by MDHigh.com … named the No. 2 wide receiver at the Top Gun Showcase Camp by Rivals.com … a three-star player by 247sports, ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com … son of Andre and Angie Levrone … has an older brother, Jonathan … has an older sister, Raquel … brother Jonathan served a tour in Iraq as a tanker in the U.S. Army … mother Angie was a high school MVP for three years in track & field, gymnastics and cheerleading … father Andre, Sr. played linebacker for his base team while serving in the Marine Corps … cousin Kevin Levrone is a IFBB Hall of Fame body builder, four-time first-runner-up to Mr. Olympia.