Last week Boston College landed two major recruits in New Canaan Offensive Tackle Jack Conley and legacy quarterback Steve Lubischer.
I'm proud to be an Eagle !! pic.twitter.com/oC9BkC91D2— Steve Lubischer (@SLubischer) April 13, 2018
Lubischer, a 6-1 dual threat quarterback from Red Bank Catholic high school in Red Bank New Jersey is a 3* recruit. He only held a Boston College offer, but also had camped at UMass recently. Lubischer is a legacy, as both his father and uncle played for the Eagles. His father was a defensive end for the Eagles in the early 80’s.
BC most likely will take two quarterbacks in this class, as they could stand to build on the depth at the position. Recently Michigan dual threat QB Sam Johnson listed the Eagles in his Top 5.
I am very blessed and honored to announce that I have committed to play football at Boston College! Thank you very much to all the coaches who extended me an offer to attend and play for their universities. #Soar #DecideToFly #BC23’ pic.twitter.com/rkWppiIkqz— Jack Conley (@jack_conley77) April 16, 2018
Conley is a very intriguing recruit, a 3* offensive tackle from Connecticut. He had a laundry list of offers including the Pittsburgh Panthers, Arizona State Sun Devils, Rutgers Scarlet Knights, Syracuse Orange, Virginia Cavaliers, Temple Owls and lesser schools like UConn. The 6’7 tackle was also being recruited by Ryan Day and Ohio State, and had visited but had not received an official offer as of yet.
Congratulations to both Jack and Steve on their commitments. Welcome to the Heights!