The three-star prospect from Bergen Catholic (N.J.) boasts valuable versatility. While many consider him an ideal safety, NU could move Queiro to an outside linebacker role.
He had offers from Pittsburgh and Vanderbilt, but his commitment to NU was almost considered a foregone conclusion. The Cats practically sold Queiro when he visited campus in January and stayed with rising sophomore safety Traveon Henry.
"It was probably one of the best weekends I've ever had," he told Purple Wildcats after the visit. "[NU] is at the top, now."
Thankfully for Northwestern, nothing changed, and Queiro made the decision to become the third commit in this already strong 2014 class.
With strong focus on academics and the natural physicality to succeed in Evanston, Queiro marks another strong addition to the class. He joins Jordan Thomas and Clayton Thorson, both of whom are high three-star talents.