Sean Ragan, a 6-foot-4, 281 pound offensive guard from St. John's High in Shrewsbury, Mass., has verbally committed to Boston College. Ragan is on campus this weekend for an unofficial visit and wasted little time in becoming the third dude verbally committed to the 2016 class.
Ragan verbally commits to the Eagles over claimed offers from Miami and Holy Cross. The local product was also hearing from several other schools including Maryland and Penn State. Most of the recruiting sites have yet to evaluate Ragan, though ESPN rates him as a three star recruit in the 2016 class.
A few things immediately stand out about this commitment. I'm a big fan of restocking O-Line U with the best that the area provides. Ragan will be the sixth offensive lineman over the last three recruiting classes to come out of New England, joining Jon Baker (Millis, Mass.), James Hendren (Brookline, Mass.), Chris Lindstrom (Dudley, Mass.), Aaron Monteiro (Brockton, Mass.) and Anthony Palazzolo (Fairfield, Conn.). Ragan is also a legacy, as his father, John, played tight end at Boston College from 1987-90.
You can view highlights of Ragan via Hudl:
Welcome to the Heights, Sean!