The Boston College football team voted on Friday, and they have named their captains. Defensive back Kamrin Moore and offensive lineman Jon Baker were selected for the 2017 season.
According to BCEagles.com
“Baker enters 2017 with 26 consecutive starts at center, the longest current streak on the team. The Millis, Mass., native was named to the watch list for the Rimington Trophy, an award given annually to the nation’s top center. A two-time ACC All-Academic team selection and three-time Athletic Director’s award winner for academic achievement, Baker enters the season as one of the top centers in the ACC. Baker has played in 35 consecutive games.”
and on Moore:
“Moore enters 2017 after starting all 13 games last season for the Eagles. The District Heights, Md., product recorded 43 tackles a year ago and totaled two interceptions, including the game-winning INT in the road victory at NC State. For his career, Moore has played in 34 games and has made 21 starts over the last 21 games he has played in.”
Congratulations to Kamrin and Jon on this honor. Kickoff is on Friday against NIU.