Dorsey  Levens

Dorsey Levens

Levens began at Notre Dame; only to find great success after he finished his Career at Georgia Tech earning 1st Team all ACC and was selected by the Green Bay Packers. After playing in various backup roles, he played well in the 1996 postseason, and became the starting halfback after Edgar Bennett tore his Achilles tendon in the 1997 pre-season. Levens emerged as one of the best running backs in football in 1997, rushing for over 1400 yards and getting voted to the Pro Bowl and also a Superbowl Champion. Dorsey is now an NFL analyst for His picks, as well as his personal blog, run at He is also an analyst for Sprint Exclusive Entertainment's NFL Mobile Gamecenter, breaking down all the NFL games for viewers each week. Dorsey is now CEO of his own production company Levens Communications based in Atlanta Georgia and has been had roles in major films as well as two stage plays that he has produced and directed.