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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