With National Signing Day right around the corner, Boston College received a verbal commitment from two-star athlete David Dudeck. The 6-foot, 195-pound athlete from Princeton, New Jersey wasted no time in accepting a scholarship offered on Friday night, telling EagleAction.com he committed on Sunday night.
Dudeck chooses the Eagles over the Naval Academy, where his older brother Brendan plays, and Yale.
"I just felt like BC was the perfect fit for me academically and athletically," he said. "Plus it's ACC football and I want to play at a high level."
Dudeck worked out with both Siravo and Day on both sides of the ball, but has been recruited mostly as a free safety. He made the switch from quarterback to wide receiver this past season, catching 51 passes for over 1,000 yards and 10 TDs for Princeton, NJ's The Hun School. Dudeck earned All-Conference honors and was named by The Star Ledger as the NJ Prep School Player of the Year.
Dudeck is the Eagles 16th commitment for the Class of 2012.
Welcome to the Heights, David!
2012 Boston College Football Commitment List
(Number of players in the 2012 class in parenthesis, early enrollees in bold, commits are in plain text, de-commits are striked out, and questions are in italics)
OL (3) - Jim Cashman, Win Homer, Frank Taylor
TE (1) - Michael Giacone,
WR (2) - Harrison Jackson, Joel Zoungrana
RB (0) -
ATH (1) - Dan Crimmins
DL (2) - Jaxon Hood (DT), Malachi Moore (DE)
LB (4) - Steven Daniels, Tim Joy, Mike Strizak, Bobby Wolford
DB (3) -
Donovan Henry, David Dudeck, Bryce Jones, Justin Simmons