Friday, July 02, 2010

Spaz building up his class and other links

Connor Wujciak is the newest member of Spaz's recruiting class. The NJ DE had a solid list of offers and spurned his father's alma mater (Notre Dame) as well as his brother's (Maryland). The good news was dampened a bit by word that BC lost out on Rob Burns.


Notre Dame has interest in bringing on Mik Aoki. I would be surprised if Mik took the Notre Dame job. The money may be a little better but you are in a worse baseball conference and a less fertile recruiting territory. Hopefully Gene can give him a raise to keep him happy.


BC Magazine went behind the mask with Baldwin.

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2 Comments:

At 12:56 PM, Blogger eagleboston said...

Good pick-up by Spaz. I found this interesting at the end of the article:

New Jersey players from the class of 2011 who have made commitments:
* Quinton Alston, Timber Creek, LB - Pittsburgh

* Bill Belton, Winslow Twp., QB - Pittsburgh

* Charles Davis, Neptune, RB - Rutgers

* Cole Farrand, Pope John, LB - Maryland

* Kyle George, Willingboro, DE - Rutgers

* Shane Mertz, Raritan, OL - Northwestern

* Shutang Mungwa, Bergen Catholic, DB - Stanford

* Gary Nova, Don Bosco Prep, QB - Pittsburgh

* Nick SanGiacomo, Barnegat, QB - Tulane

* Anthony Serao, Holy Spirit, LB - Stanford

* Daryl Stephenson, Sayreville, DT - Rutgers

* Marquise Wright, Paramus Catholic, DT - Pittsburgh

* Connor Wujciak, Seton Hall Prep, DE - Boston College

The first thing that sticks out at me is where is Penn State? Pitt is crushing them in New Jersey. The second thing is that there are a lot of Catholic school players in NJ. It would be nice if BC could pull 2-4 NJ Catholic players a year and get a nice pipeline going.

 
At 4:01 PM, Blogger mod34b said...

Great get. Wujciak's brother is the best player on Maryland's defense and a top 25 ACC player (per HD blog) Nice that kid's family sees BC as an upgrade over both Maryland and Notre who?? Now if we can just divert a few FSU, UNC or Clemson recruits!

 

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