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Boston College Football Recruiting: OL Wyatt Knopfke Commits To Eagles

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Florida offensive guard is the second Boston College recruit in less than a week

Boston College continues to hustle on the recruiting trail, grabbing yet another offensive lineman to the class of 2015. Sarasota, Florida lineman Wyatt Knopfke committed to Boston College today according to Justin Rowand of Rivals:

According to reports Knopfke visited Boston College earlier in the year, and committed to the Eagles after taking a visit to Kentucky this weekend where he watched the Blue and White game. Knopfke does not have a ranking yet on any of the major recruiting services, however he does have offers from the University of Miami and Kentucky along with Florida Atlantic and FIU. He is listed as a center on his HUDL page, but both 247 and rivals have him listed as a guard, which would be the 2nd guard of the class. Overall BC already has five offensive linemen and clearly Addazio is putting major emphasis on this.

You can see his HUDL film here. Welcome to the Heights Wyatt!

Boston College Football 2015 Recruiting Class

1. OT Anthony Palazzolo (Fairfield, Conn.) - 6-6, 302 lbs., ****
Offers: Boston College, Connecticut, Pittsburgh

2. OG Chris Lindstrom (Dudley, Mass.) - 6-5, 240 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Old Dominion

3. DB Lukas Denis (Everett, Mass.) - 5-11, 170 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Holy Cross, Massachusetts

4. OT John Phillips (Syracuse, N.Y.) - 6-6, 245 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College

5. OT Aaron Monteiro (Brockton, Mass.) - 6-6, 308 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Connecticut, Iowa, Massachusetts

6. RB Jordan Gowins (Melville, N.Y.) - 6-0, 200 lbs., **
Offers: Boston College, Stony Brook, Toledo

7. TE Jake Burt (Lynnfield, MA) - 6'5, 230 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Virginia

8. ATH Ben Glines (Cincinnati, OH) 6-1, 190 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Akron, Toledo, Western Michigan

9. OG Wyatt Knopfke (Sarasota, FL) 6-2, 288 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Miami, Kentucky