With National Signing Day just hours away, Boston College seems set to lock up a recruiting class of 23 new players, including a quartet of four-star recruits (as evaluated by Rivals.com).
This year’s class finds most of its talent coming on the defensive side of the ball. Tight End Brian Miller is the only four-star recruit on offense, with linebacker Steven Daniels, cornerback Albert Louis-Jean, and defensive end Connor Wujciak rounding out the group. Both Miller and Louis-Jean are local products, hailing from Andover and Brockton respectively.
Nine of the remaining recruits rank as three-star prospects, with Alex Howell ranking as the tenth best kicker of the 2011 class.
Still, nothing is set in stone yet, and just one day after the Florida Gators lured four-star linebacker Graham Stewart to Gainesville, another school from the Sunshine State seems to have taken aim at a BC recruit. This time around it’s the University of Miami, which according to the Sun Sentinel is targeting three-star quarterback Christian Suntrup. Suntrup, ranked no. 17 on Rivals’ list of pro-style QBs, is not expected to change his mind, but the possibility remains.