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Boston College Football Announces Three Early Enrollees

Levy, Perry and Lindstrom all will be ready for spring ball

NCAA Football: Boston College at Clemson Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Boston College football announced today that three recruits will be enrolling early and practicing with the team this spring. The team announced that running back Travis Levy, quarterback E.J. Perry and offensive lineman Alec Lindstrom are all on campus already and ready to roll for the Eagles.

Levy, a 3* running back from Olney, Maryland committed to the Eagles back in March, and also held offers from UMass, Army and Vanderbilt. He was the Gatorade Player of The Year from Maryland. He finished his high school career with 5000 yards rushing and 47 touchdowns, highlighted with a 297 yards on 10 carry performance against rival Kennedy High School. Levy who runs a 4.7 40 yard dash,[ will be a valuable asset for the Eagles at running back as they lost Myles Willis and Tyler Rouse to graduation. He will join Davon Jones, Jon Hilliman and fellow freshman AJ Dillon in the backfield.

Check out Travis’s HUDL film out below:

E.J. Perry comes to Boston College after an enormous senior season at Andover High School in Andover, MA. The two star pro style QB, also held offers from UMass, and a bevy of Ivy League schools. He is tied for the most touchdowns thrown in a season for the state of Massachusetts with 47 (tied with Troy Flutie), and threw for 8,712 yards during his time at Andover. He’s mobile as well, rushing for over 1,000 yards in his career along with a dozen touchdowns. He was the Boston Globe Player of the Year for his senior season. While Darius Wade and Anthony Brown are projected to be the start for 2017, Perry might battle for backup time if anything changes on the depth chart. You can check out his HUDL film below:

Alec Lindstrom, brother of current BC lineman Chris Lindstrom was a 2* recruit out of Dudley, MA. Boston College was his only offer. Like his brother when he came to BC, he is a little undersized right now at 6’4 240, so it’ll be good to get him in early and get his frame ACC ready. He finished his career at Shepherd Hill as a USA Today All Massachusetts team, and helped his team rush for 3,300 yards his senior season. You can check out Alec’s HUDL film below.

Welcome to the Heights, Alec/EJ and Travis!