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Boston College Football Recruiting: WR Nolan Borgerson Commits To Eagles

Recruit #22 commits to the Eagles.


Boston College continues to grab verbal commitments at a break-neck pace. This time it is wide receiver Nolan Borgersen of Washington, New Jersey who has committed to the Eagles:

Borgerson is a 3* recruit who attends Westwood High School in Washington, New Jersey. He claims offers from UCF, Maryland, Temple and a bevy of lower conference and FCS schools. A 6-foot-2, 185 lbs receiver, Borgerson is a very intriguing recruit for a few reasons. One, he recently ran a 4.39 at BC's camp this week. People have been clamoring for a wide receiver with speed, Borgerson has it.

Secondly, his high school statistics are absurd. He led the NATION last year in receiving finishing his junior year with 85 catches, 1,894 yards and 27 TDs. Even if that is inferior opponents those are still some eye popping numbers.

With 22 recruits in the fold, BC technically should have three more spots for the upcoming class. But remember Addazio can wiggle around with some of these scholarships and have early enrollees count towards other classes etc.

Welcome to the Heights, Nolan!

Boston College Football Recruiting Class of 2015

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., **
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, Mass.) - 6-5, 230 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Virginia

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

9. OG Wyatt Knopfke (Sarasota, Fla.) - 6-2, 288 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Kentucky, Miami

10. RB Sharrieff Grice (West Hartford, Conn.) - 6-1, 200 lbs., **
Offers: Boston College, Albany, Fordham, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rutgers

11. DUAL Elijah Robinson (Montclair, N.J.) - 6-2, 185 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Air Force, Army, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan State, Navy, Nebraska, Rutgers, Temple, Virginia

12. ATH William Harris (Wallingford, Conn.) - 6-2, 205 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Connecticut, Old Dominion, Syracuse

13. ATH Michael Walker (Naples, Fla.) - 5-11, 179 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Arkansas State, Arizona, Florida International, Georgia Southern, Holy Cross

14. WR Chase Pankey (Cincinnati, Ohio) - 6-1, 191 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Ball State

15. TE Chris Garrison (Groton, Mass.) - 6-4, 215 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Connecticut, Duke, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Syracuse

16. WR Mehdi El Attrach (Lake Nona, Fla.) - 6-1, 185 lbs., **
Offers: Boston College, Syracuse, Duke, Wake Forest, Louisville, Rutgers, Northwestern, Southern Miss, Massachusetts, East Carolina, FIU, Bowling Green, Western Kentucky, Western Michigan, Memphis, South Alabama, Vanderbilt

17. S  Davon Jones (Shrewsbury, Mass.) - 6-1, 180 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Coastal Carolina

18. FB Jimmy Martin (Maitland, Fla.) - 5-11, 204 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Cincinnati, South Florida, Duke, Florida International, Eastern Illinois, South Alabama, Western Michigan

19. LB Tanner Karafa (Ashburn, Va.) - 6-2, 220 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Charlotte, Harvard, James Madison, Kentucky

20. DT Ray Smith (San Diego, Ca.) - 6-2, 270 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, Air Force, Navy, San Diego State

21. CB Taj-Amir Torres (Amherst, Mass.) - 5-10, 175 lbs., NR
Offers: Boston College, UConn, UMass

22. WR Nolan Borgerson (Washington, N.J.) - 6-1, 185 lbs., ***
Offers: Boston College, Buffalo, Central Florida, Harvard, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, Temple, Western Michigan, Yale