Leuta-Douyere was offered while attending BYU’s camp on Tuesday, Thomas said in a text message.
The senior-to-be impressed last season as a defensive lineman/running back but his campaign was cut short by a knee injury.
Leuta-Douyere, who has a 3.6 grade-point average, is the fourth Servite player to be offered by a Division 1 school, joining Butch Pauu, Travis Averill and Sam Hunt.
BYU has also offered Pauu.
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