Boston College Football Updates: Kevin Olsen, Trey Kilgore, Robert Wheelwright

No new commits this week, but much to talk about in terms of offers and players choosing to go elsewhere. Many of these recruits are getting offers from BCS level schools, and it will be interesting to see if Spaz and Co. can close in on them this year.

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QB Kevin Olsen named NYC Elite 11 regional MVP, earns Elite 11 finals invite (ESPNHS)
Roback also said he expects to hear from Boston College shortly. He completed 54.1 percent of his passes for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns last season, and he threw for better than 2,100 yards and 25 scores in his sophomore season. He's rated the nation's No. 38 pocket passer by ESPN.

Three-star receiver makes decision (ESPN)
Robert Wheelwright (Columbus, Ohio/Walnut Ridge), a high three-star wide receiver, has committed to play for Wisconsin, according to multiple sources. Indiana, Boston College, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Illinois and Purdue also extended scholarship offers to the 6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect. Ohio State and Michigan State showed interest.

UC offers St. Xavier junior WR/athlete Trey Kilgore (
UC just offered St. Xavier junior WR/athlete Trey Kilgore this morning. Kilgore, who is 6 feet 2 and 180 pounds, also has offers from Boston College, Akron, Kent State, Miami University, Toledo and Buffalo.

BC latest to offer Donnie White Jr. (ESPN)
White on Monday morning picked up an offer from Boston College – his first ACC offer – and upped his offer count to four. A 6-foot-3, 215-pound defensive end/outside linebacker hybrid, White now has offers from BC, Arkansas, Wyoming and Western Kentucky.

Robbins has interest in Eagles (
Forestville (Md.) Bishop McNamara always seems to be home to a good number of football prospects and this year is no exception. Defensive end Kevin Robbins is one of the best of the bunch and the Eagles are in the mix.

Prep football: Poway High’s Babiash decommits from University of Washington - Pomerado News | Pomerado News
The recruiting battle for the services of Poway High cornerback Derek Babiash in 2013 are open once again. Babiash recently picked up a scholarship offer from Boston College. The 6-foot, 1-inch, 170-pounder with 4.5-second speed in the 40-yard dash has a laundry list of schools fighting it out for his services, including Oklahoma, Nebraska, San Diego State, Arizona State, Utah, Colorado, Oregon State and a few others.

David Sills doesn't let his age hurt his performance - ESPN
Daikel Shorts Jr. is also a possibility, albeit a likely long shot. The receiver has scholarship offers from Boston College and Temple. Shorts said he likes both schools for their academics and athletics, but as for a USC offer, he said, "I would love that. That would be nice. That would be real nice. That's actually my favorite school." Shorts Jr. said he plans to visit Boise State, Notre Dame, Penn State, Maryland and Connecticut soon. He has already visited Ohio State.

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