Today is the second National Signing Day, coming over a month after the Boston College Eagles signed a sizable majority of their class. With most of their scholarships wrapped up there were only a few names that fans could look out for today. Running back Javian Dayne, who committed in the past two weeks is one name to watch for, and the other is Tyler Days who for reasons unknown was not signed in December.
Well that changed today, as Boston College announced that the Cicero, New York native would be joining the team:
One of New York's top playmakers is now an Eagle. Welcome Tyler to The Heights!#DecideToFly#BCEagles pic.twitter.com/gKuuYaXR1n— Boston College Football (@BCFootball) February 7, 2018
Days is ranked a three start athlete according to 247, and did not have any other claimed offers. It’s interesting that he stuck with Boston College as now departed defensive line coach Paul Pasqualoni was his primary recruiter. It appears that he will be a defensive back, but of course we will have to wait until he is on campus to assess.
Welcome to the Heights Tyler!