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Mark Herzlich is one of the bigger stories at the Senior Bowl. For the first time Mark addressed the realities of his decision to stay at BC in 2008. Although his "stock" has slipped a bit, Mark recognizes that the cancer would have been discovered then and he would not have been drafted AND missed the opportunity to play one more year at BC. So the silver lining is that he got to be part of BC football again, rehab from the cancer and complete his degree.
Castonzo joined on the Senior Bowl roster. He is still expected to be a first round pick.
HD listed Herzy's return as one of her best moments in 2010.
Now that classes have begun Spaz can officially discuss his early enrollees. Albert Louis-Jean is the local kid and more familiar name. Canadian Mehdi Abdesmad was under the radar but could contribute right away. An added bonus is that early enrollees count against last year's signing class so BC can take an extra big class this year.
On the recruiting front, BC has interest in Ohio lineman Derrek Ross.
North Carolina is looking at BC basketball target Kaleb Tarczewski.
This isn't a sports story, but the BC community is mourning the loss of former professor and Executive Vice President Frank Campanella. His accomplishments are too long to list, but Campanella was one of the driving forces in transforming BC from a regional to a national school and giving the campus the facilities it has today.