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Boston College Football Recruiting Notebook For Week Of April 1, 2015.

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What offers have been made, who did we lose

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

In our second installment of the recruiting update we can take a look at some of the offers Boston College put out to some new recruits, how they are reaching recruits and more!

Moving On From Dalton

Losing Danny Dalton certainly stings; having a kid in your own backyard decommit for a school like Penn State or Rutgers isn't an easy pill to swallow. However, things aren't as bleak as they seem. Remember, Dalton is one of two tight ends BC had commitments from for the Class of 2016, the other being Scooter Harrington. BC also is high on the list for Noah Davis, a tight end from St. Xavier (the home of Luke Kuechly), 3* with a bevy of good offers. If the Eagles can snag him, it'll certainly soothe the pain of the Dalton decommitment.

New Offers Galore

If you have been following the BCI Twitter account or the BC Recruiting Hub here on BCI, you would have seen a bunch of new offers come through the wires over the past few weeks. Today the Eagles offered WR Kelvin Harmon, a 3* from New Jersey who currently holds offers from Rutgers, Syracuse and Temple. Anthony Brown, a 3 (or 4* on 247) dual threat quarterback, also received an offer over the past week. He would certainly be a great catch and give BC some nice depth at the QB position. Michael Dwumfour, a defensive end from NJ, also received an offer today after visiting the campus over the weekend. RaShawn Battle, a linebacker from Pennsylvania, received an offer as well.

And the Visits Pour In

Of course BC had tons of visitors during the Spring Practice game, which we broke down already in a post. Yesterday the Eagles held an official visit from Josh Keeler, a 3* defensive tackle with offers from Boise State, Colorado State, Syracuse and Vanderbilt.

Ali'i Niumatalolo, a linebacker from Maryland, who also holds offers from Connecticut, visited the Eagles yesterday.

Malachi Diaz, a defensive lineman, who does not have a Rivals page, appears to be visiting Boston College at some point soon according to his Twitter page.

Cranking Up That Online Game

Boston College released a whole new slew of recruiting material online this weekend. Running back coach Al Washington shared a bunch of it on his Twitter page. There was a lot of them, and most of the videos are part of a multi-part series but to break it down they could be classified by the following

Alumni Achievements

Pillars Of BC Youtube Series

Be A Dude Leave A Man Series On Youtube: Basically a multi part series that talks with Alumni about what Boston College gave them and helped them build.