Thursday, June 13, 2013

Who is left in Massachusetts?

With Troy Flutie's commitment, the BC Class of 2014 now has six players from Massachusetts. Even in the early stages of a big class like this one, that is a lot of local kids. Addazio claimed he wanted to keep local talent and rebuild relationships with Massachusetts high schools. I would say he's done that. But will there be more? Using Rivals and 247, these are the top uncommitted prospects in Massachusetts.

Miles Wright, QB, Tabor.  -- BC has interest but hasn't made an offer. If we do offer, I doubt it will be at QB.

Dante Holmes, DE, Dean Junior College -- BC rarely takes Junior College guys and they are not listed as interested now.

Jarrell Addo, DB, Leominster -- BC has not offered and has plenty of DB prospects in other regions.

Lubern Figaro, DB, Everett -- Figaro has a very good offer list and has been recruited hard by BC. I would say he's a guy BC really wants.

Jason Sylva, LB, Dean Junior College -- Another Dean kid. I don't think BC is going to go that way.

I asked Chris Anderson from 247 his thoughts. This is what he had to say: "Lubern Figaro is the top remaining player in the state of Massachusetts, and may be the only other player Boston College takes from the Bay State. A few other guys - such as Dan DiNicola from Dexter School - will continue to get looks, but there are bigger targets elsewhere. I think it's important the staff gets another RB, such as Qadree Ollison or Richard Wilson. One more in-stater to keep an eye on - Leominster (MA) athlete Jarell Addo."

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3 Comments:

At 12:29 AM, Blogger hsk said...

I have to say that I am impressed with how we have recommitted ourselves to the Commonwealth and signing many of the local prospects. As we became more "national" academically we became more irrelevant locally, and this will only improve our regional appeal and create some local interest. We are headed in the right direction. Go you Eagles !!

 
At 12:30 AM, Blogger hsk said...

I have to say that I am impressed with how we have recommitted ourselves to the Commonwealth and signing many of the local prospects. As we became more "national" academically we became more irrelevant locally, and this will only improve our regional appeal and create some local interest. We are headed in the right direction. Go you Eagles !!

 
At 8:06 AM, Blogger Mr Jones said...

I didn't know that had 6 players, thats some achievement indeed. MBA Dissertations
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