Elijah Johnson - 3-Star OL - DeMatha Catholic HS
The 6-foot-6, 310-pound offensive lineman out of Hyattsville, MD originally commited to Rutgers, but Steve Addazio stole another prospoct away, as Johnson signed with the Eagles Wednesday.
Scout Stories on Johnson:
Brandon Barlow - 2-Star DL - Shaker HS:
The Troy Record and Times Union Defensive Player of the Year, Barlow hails from Cohoes, N.Y. and will be looking for a spot on a crowded defensive line next season. The 6-foot-5, 235-pounder was also named to USA Today's New York All-State First Team.
Korab Idrizi - 2-Star TE - Oradell Bergen HS:
But, the 6-foot-4 tight end instead decided to sign with Boston College, who added him to the offical roster Wednesday.
Kobay White - 3-Star WR - Bishop McDevitt HS:
Brian Dohn wrote about the wide receiver, who has "exceptional hands, great understanding of the game." Here's that link.
Greg Pickle wrote about White in March.
Sean Ragan - 3-Star OL - St. John's HS
The 6'5", 280-pound offensive lineman's father played for the Eagles, and his son will be wearing the Maroon and Gold as well. The strong run blocker from nearby Westborough was named ESPN Bostons Lineman of the Year this fall.
Adam Korutz - 3-Star DL - Johnson City HS:
The 6-foot-2, 280-pound defensive lineman out of Johnson City commited in June, but made his decision to sign today. Korutz was named to USA Today's All-USA NY first team, as well as All-State honors.
John Lamot - 2-Star OLB - East. Alamance HS:
Recruiting anaylst Michael Clark interviewed the linebacker last December about his 100% commitment to the Eagles.
Ray Marten - 3-Star TE - Brooklyn Poly Prep:
The heavily-recruited tight end looked at Syracuse, UConn, and Miami, but chose the school that offered him a scholarship back in January of 2014.
CuseNation's Mike McAllister interviewed the First Team All-New York tight end in February of last year on his interest in schools:
“BC is probably my top school, to be honest," Marten said. "I got offered by them back in January of 2014. I was a sophomore at the time. (Head) coach (Steve) Addazio saw my film and I guess he liked it. He offered me on the spot. I’ve been to B.C. twice. I went to a camp there back in June. I really liked the program and the facilities. I really like B.C. I went back there in October to watch the Clemson game with my father. I just had a great time there. I loved the whole atmosphere. There was just not one thing I didn’t like about it.”
Bryce Morais - 3-Star DE - Grayson HS:
Morais verbally commited to Boston College last March. The 6-foot, 5-inch, 250-pound defensive end from Loganville, Georgia wanted to be apart of the nation's best defense.
Tom Kowalkoski - 3-Star OL - Detriot Catholic Central HS:
Kowalkoski, an offensive lineman from Michigan, changed his commitment from Western Michigan to BC last May. The All-Michagan All-American made his signing official with the Eagles today.
Recruiting analyst Allen Trieu wrote about it last spring.
Anthony Brown - 3-Star QB - St. John Vianney HS:
Recruiting expert Brian Dohn wrote about Brown coming to The Heights in January.
Here's some highlights of Brown from BCEagles.com: https://youtu.be/dMK7gn7MUGo
Ethan Tucky - 3-Star OLB - Delaware Hayes HS:
Tucky's third offer was from BC. Tucky committed verbally last June but made it offical Wednesday.
The Ohio-native's highlights, compliments of BCEagles.com: https://youtu.be/sxZXaSjMvYI
Mike Palmer - 3-Star ATH - Maine-Endwell HS:
Palmer committed in December, but made the signing official today. The former captain at Maine-Endwell in New York was looking also at Army, Cornell, Syracuse, and UConn. The 6'1", 163-pounder played wide receiver and corner in high school, but comes into the Heights as an athlete.
Hamp Cheevers - 2-Star DB - Trenton HS
The Florida native will be taking his talents North, as the 5-foot-11, 165-pound defensive back commited to Boston College and signed his letter Wednesday. Cheevers earned All-State Class 1A Offense All-American and Max Preps Small Schools Second-Team defense honors.
The defensive back also had offers from smaller Division I schools like Marshall, UMass, and Eastern Michigan.
Shane Leonard - 3-Star OL - Marshfield HS:
The Mass.-native was the starting center for Marshfield, being named to the 2015 USA Today All-USA Mass. team as well as receiving ESPN Boston All-State accolades.
Satchel Ziffer - P - Old Dominion
With the departure of senior punter Mike Knoll, the Eagles no longer have a reliable option to boot the ball away on fourth down. Enter the graduate transfer from Old Dominion, who aberaged 40 yards per punt while playing for the Monarchs.
Jimmy Lowery - OT - Eastern Illinois
The 6'4", 290-pound grad student started left tackle for the Panthers all of last season, who ranked fifth in the NCAA in sacks allowed last season. He will help add depth and experience to a somewhat shaky offensive line.