One of the biggest questions going into this spring is the recovery of some key players for the Boston College Eagles. Sources tell us that Darius Wade, Jon Hilliman, and Kamrin Moore are all ready to play this spring.
Wade, who was projected to be the starting quarterback in 2015, suffered a season ending leg injury after sustaining a hit against Florida State. Again according to our sources he should be a full participant in all drills. Going into the spring he will be battling transfer QB Patrick Towles for the starting job. It is unknown at this time whether he received a medical redshirt after the 2015 season.
Hilliman, a junior running back, isn't at 100% according to our sources. He may not be a full go to start, but will be at practices after sustaining a season ending injury against Northern Illinois. Hilliman rushed for 198 yards in 4 games in 2015, and the 4* ran for 860 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2014.
Kamrin Moore will also be available this spring, but again is not at full strength and is not a 100%. He broke out as a starting cornerback this season with 25 tackles, 21 solo. He was lost for the season after an injury against Louisville. Along with Isaac Yiadom they should be one of the better cornerback duos this season.
Again these updates are according to our sources. Keep checking BCI for updates as spring football kicks off shortly.