BC's junior defensive captain, linebacker JoLonn Dunbar, will be sporting a new hairdo when the Eagles open their season against Central Michigan, a hairdo that may inspire the headline: Mohawks vs. Chippewas.
August 29, 2006
With BC not targeting a wealth of QBs or RBs in the class of 2005, we'll begin our summer positional recruiting breakdowns with the wide receiver position. BC has already landed one athletic WR and another who will likely be moved to safety. What other targets are left on their board?
Tom O'Brien received an unexpected phone call on Saturday morning. On the other end of the line was a senior tight-end from Ohio's St. Ignatius High School, the Eagles' latest commitment. Who is he and what can he contribute to the football team?
While it's still very early in the process, the Eagles have a pair of verbal commitments and in the mix for a number of top prospects. Here are five things I've noticed or concluded in the early stages of the recruiting season.
Youngstown (OH) Liberty high School Wide Receiver/Safety <b>Marcellus Bowman</b> (6-3, 170, 4.5) has given his verbal pledge to the Boston College Eagles. What factors weighed in his decision?