Our free recruiting board is here and updated periodically.
-- The biggest change to our recruiting board is we've color-coded the recruits based on current status. Here's the scale:
- Yellow - Verbal Commitment
- Blue - Strong chance at landing recruit
- Green - Good chance at landing recruit
- Beige - Fair chance at landing recruit
- Orange - Low chance at landing recruit
- Red - Verbally committed elsewhere
Disagreements to the comments section.
-- Boston College could get a verbal commitment from Scranton Prep strong-side DE Noah Beh, but 247Sports.com's Chris Anderson has just flipped his prediction from BC to Penn State as of May 26. 247's National Scouting Director Gerry Hamilton predicts Beh to BC as of May 20, but it's never a good sign when the recruiting service's BC Insider is changing a prediction. Beh would like to make his decision by next month.
-- Everett safety Lubern Figaro has seen his recruitment pick up in the last month. The 6-foot-1, 180 pound safety from right here in Everett has picked up offers from Old Dominion, North Texas and Vanderbilt all in the last month. Maryland, Notre Dame and Arkansas have also expressed an interest. Like Beh, Figaro is looking to make a decision next month. 247Sports still predicts Figaro to BC, though that prediction is a few months old. Ben Alber is lead on recruiting Figaro.
-- Lower Dauphin (Pennsylvania) two-way standout Trey Klock is also looking to make a decision soon and recently listed Boston College, Rutgers, Syracuse and Temple as his leaders. Klock is also visiting Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Michigan State and has an interest in Stanford. Klock prefers to play on the offensive side of the ball at TE, but other BCS AQ schools are recruiting him as a DE.
-- Boston College could soon gain a commitment from Matt Morrissey, a three-star safety from Lincolnshire (Illinois), though no timetable has been set. Matt's brother Mike played linebacker at BC. Morrissey is also considering Illinois and Michigan State (no offer).
-- Eagles fans continue to monitor Harold Landry's recruitment closely. The Fayetteville, North Carolina defensive end verbally committed to BC back in early April, but has since seen the number of BCS AQ program offers steadily rise. Since verbally committing, Landry has received offers from South Carolina (April 10), Clemson (April 10), Miami (April 18), Georgia Tech (April 19), Ole Miss (April 22), Florida State (May 20), Auburn (May 23) and Ohio State (May 23). While Landry has been firm in his commitment, the last three offers seem to have caught his attention.
-- Since he's a bit of a fan favorite around these parts, still no word on Booker T. Washington (Miami) running back Krondis Larry's status. The Human Jet was, however, recently offered by Hawaii.
-- More than stars, I'm always interested in the programs that are landing kids with claimed BC offers. Still early in the recruiting cycle, but here is the list of programs that have received verbal commits from kids with BC offers: Arkansas 1, Auburn 1, Kentucky 1, Louisville 1, Maryland 2, Miami 1, Michigan 2, Michigan State 2, Mississippi 1, North Carolina 1, Northwestern 2, Notre Dame 5, Ohio State 1, Penn State 4, Rutgers 1, Tennessee 2, Texas 1, Vanderbilt 2, Virginia 1, Virginia Tech 2.
-- Recruits lost to the MAC: zero.