Quarterback Jalen Kitna has decided to decommit from Boston College. Kitna, a three-star quarterback prospect out of Arizona, was the first commit from the Class of 2021, and was especially big in the fact that BC had missed out on the 2020 quarterback class. He still has offers from Tennessee, Colorado, and Georgia Tech, but has noted that he is still keeping BC open as an option, should the incoming coaching staff still want him, of course.
First off I want thank Boston College and their staff for recruiting me, however, with the staff changes I have decided to decommit from BC and reopen my recruitment. With that being said, BC is still in consideration for me as I navigate my recruitment https://t.co/fCk0F3ywON— Jalen Kitna (@KitnaJalen) January 6, 2020
Kitna, son of former NFL quarterback Jon Kitna, previous committed to the Eagles back in July. In light of the coaching changes so far, this shouldn’t be too much of a surprise. Kitna is looking to make sure he and the new coaching staff will still gel, and with his primary recruiters in offensive line coach Phil Trautwein and offensive coordinator Mike Bajakian having moved on, he is looking to be re-recruited.