(Covina) – Covina quaterback Billy Livingston has committed to play his college football at Cal Lutheran. Livingston led the Colts to the Mid-Valley Division Semi Finals last year where they fell to eventual champion Monrovia.
Livingston took a trip to the Thousand Oaks school this weekend and loved what he saw. Livingston threw for 2229 yards and 31 touchdowns with just three interceptions in 2011 while completing 147 paasses.
“Cal Lutheran is a D3 powerhouse and I’m the kind of guy who wants to win and that’s what’s going to happen there,” Livingston said. “I love the way they talk about that they don’t just want to win conference championships but that they want to win a national championship. Also they want to play the best players and they say I have a good chance of starting as a freshman.”
Covina Coach Darryl Thomas has had the pleasure of coaching Livingston for the last four years.
“He is a great kid…a football junkie. He is one of the hardest workers we have had at Covina,” Thomas said. “He’s very intelligent, really understands the game and will be a good coach some day. He will be a great asset to any institution.”
Livingston will join Monrovia’s Nick Bueno who played wide reciever for Cal Lu last season in his freshman year. You can hear it already…”Livingston long, long, long, for Bueno…Touchdown!”