Potential Wolfpack Recruiting Territories

Pack Pride takes a look at where the assistants from Boston College that will reportedly join head coach Tom O'Brien in Raleigh historically recruited while at Boston College.

Pack Pride takes a look at where the assistants from Boston College that will reportedly join head coach Tom O'Brien in Raleigh historically recruited while at Boston College. This does not guarantee that each coach will continue to recruit in these particular areas and should be considered as simply a starting point for where the Pack may recruit in the future.

Dana Bible....Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers and QB Coach at Boston College...consistent with many college offensive coordinators, Bible will likely focus on recruiting QB's and may have a portion of North Carolina to cover. He was responsible for landing QB Ross Applegate a couple of years ago- a name that some Pack fans may remember.

Jason Swepson...Running Backs Coach at Boston College...has historically recruited central Florida and eastern Pennsylvania. Has been responsible for landing several Sunshine State players for Boston College.

Jim Bridge...Boston College Tight Ends Coach...recruits western Pennsylvania as well as Ohio.

Don Horton...Offensive Line Coach at Boston College...has covered northern Illinois and the Cincinnati area. Horton is responsible for DE Jeff Reiskamp and OL Arthur Ray, two former Boston College commitments that are considering NC State.

Keith Willis...Defensive Line Coach at Boston College...has recruited in Maryland, Virginia and south Florida. Helped the Eagles land CB Larry Anam over NC State several years ago.

Jerry Petercuskie....Recruiting Coordinator and Special Teams Coach at Boston College...has served as O'Brien's national recruiter, covering specific prospects in various areas as well as Texas and California. Petercuskie is generally considered to be the best recruiter on the staff. He was responsible for landing the nation's top kicker this year, Billy Bennett.

NOTE: All photos are from Boston College's official football site.

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