The University of Wisconsin men's hockey team added to its recruiting list Friday night with an oral commitment by Minnesota forward Luke Levandowski.
Levandowski, 16, is a sophomore for Rosemount High School in the Twin Cities suburbs who has scored four goals in his first five games this season.
He was a finalist for the Minnesota Bantam player of the year award from Youth Hockey Hub last season.
The earliest he'll join the Badgers is the fall of 2021.
A 5-foot-11, 148-pound left-hand shot, Levandowski was described by Youth Hockey Hub last season as a "sleek skater with great hands and vision."
Levandowski played for the Minnesota Blades U16 team before the high school season.
He's the seventh player born in 2002 who has given a non-binding oral commitment to play for the Badgers. The other six all are in 11th grade this season.
UW has five other 10th graders on its recruiting list: forwards Ethan Mann and Caden Brown and defensemen Grayden Daul, Joe Palodichuk and Corson Ceulemans.