Vote: ACC's biggest recruiting surprise (ESPN ACC Blog)
No. 28 Boston College: This might be one of the biggest surprises in the ranking, as the Eagles have been on a downward spiral in recent years. First-year coach Steve Addazio has injected some life into the program, though, and he is obviously selling it on the recruiting trail. BC won just two games last year -- including just one ACC win, against Maryland, and former coach Frank Spaziani was fired. Addazio has done well recruiting the Mid-Atlantic region, and he’s brought the Flutie name back to Chestnut Hill. Troy Flutie, the nephew of Doug Flutie, committed in June. Equally important is the fact the Eagles are starting to fill a need at running back and quarterback.
DB Lubern Figaro visiting school in top five soon (ESPN)
"The whole recruiting class and how it’s going," said Figaro, about what he likes most about Boston College. "The recruiting coaches are great. It’s amazing right now. They’re turning the program around."
BC's Hanlan Still Going Strong In Summer Months (Boston Sports Today)
"I actually didn't take time off," said Hanlan, speaking with BostonSportsToday.net on the phone from a Las Vegas airport Tuesday. "I went to the Deron Williams camp and I'm just going back to Boston now. I'm coming from the LeBron [James] camp. So, I've been at [camps] all summer, just having workouts. I was doing two-a-days with my brother at Boston College for about a whole month before going to these camps, so just getting a lot of rest, but just working out every day."
Butera and Chin Excel On Cape Cod (BCEagles.com)
Boston College juniors Blake Butera and Andrew Chin have landed in Chatham this summer in the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League. The two have played a significant role for the Chatham Anglers, who are currently in first place in the Eastern Division with a league best 15-6 record.
Tomas Murphy (2017) has received his second scholarship offer from Boston College and hasn't even started high school http://t.co/gWT7tqoDsX— RI Hoops (@RIHoops) July 10, 2013