Sunday, June 03, 2018

Big weekend for recruiting offers

While most think of this weekend as Reunion time at BC, Addazio and his crew were using it for recruiting. They held a camp and plenty of kids walked away with offers. Including:

This New Jersey lineman.
This NJ DLine prospect got an offer too.
Another went to this Georgia DB.

13 comments:

Tim said...

Why are they all “blessed”?

Georgia Eagle said...

If I hear " blessed" one more time I'm going to puke. Don't thesr jocks have one original thought in their heads?

Knucklehead said...

Hallowed be thy name.

mod34b said...
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mod34b said...

Well, it seems the recruits have a few different categories of expressions

Extremely Blessed
Truly Blessed
Blessed
Excited.

rough translation

Extremely Blessed - i want to go here
Truly Blessed... i really like this and might go here
Blessed -- its a big league offer and it will help me attract an "extremely blessed" offer; but it could be my default.
Excited. - its not D1 (or whatever its called) and i am kind of happy but waiting for big league offers

bceagle93 said...

And if they add "Boston College University" - heads up, I'm a walking NCAA rules violation

Napolean Bonaparte said...

If one of them had said he "feels a thrill going up his leg" or was "as giddy as a puppy" or was "skipping with unbridled exuberance” - Addazio might have pulled the offer. Blessed is pretty safe.

Georgia Eagle said...

Mod, that was really funny.

mod34b said...

thanks G/E!

NEDofSavinHill said...

Only a half wit would knock a high school student for using the term Blessed

Georgia Eagle said...

Ned is defending copy-cat syndrome. Wow! By the time an average student is 18, he/she should have a reasonably intelligent vocabulary.

mod34b said...

is Ned the "SEC" expert?

Roger Currier Jr. said...

If i was getting offers for free education just for playing ball I would feel blessed just saying. Yes it's anoting that every single one of them say this maybe some should change to being grateful.