BC just added a HUGE cherry on top of the 2021 class. Offensive lineman Drew Kendall from Dedham, MA chose the Eagles after a rollercoaster of a recruiting process. Drew is the son of BC Hall-of-Famer Pete Kendall, a guard who went on to become a first round draft pick and have a 13-year NFL career. The younger Kendall is a 6-4, 270-pound behemoth and a four star prospect. The top ranked recruit in the entire state and a top-10 guard recruit in the country, this is huge for the Eagles.
Beyond thankful for all of the people and opportunities that this recruiting process has presented to me, but I’m proud to say that I am 100% committed to Boston College! #GetIn @CoachJeffHafley @Coach_Applebaum @BCFootball pic.twitter.com/w9WNbnM8jh— Drew Kendall (@drewkendall28) December 19, 2020
Kendall has been wavering between Stanford and BC, and the Trees were favored as recently as this morning. He chose BC over again Stanford primarily, but also Michigan, Duke, Maryland, Penn State, and many others.
Welcome to the Heights, Drew!