2020 Boston College Football.Give it Haf a Chance

Humphrey

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247 Sports had them as having the 39th best recruiting class. Much better than the last few years; and they've done well in the grad & transfer area.
 

BigSoxFan

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Pete Kendall’s kid, a 4 * OG (naturally), is apparently going to select BC over Stanford. Huge, if true!

#getin
 

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#3 OG in the country, and the top recruit, regardless of position, from MA (low bar on the latter)

By all accounts, he's much better than his older brother Pete Jr.

Hopefully BC can go back to being OLU
 

Jeff Van GULLY

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BC now ranked 32nd nationally and 7th in ACC with Kendall. Really hope BC can hold on to Hafley for at least 4 years. This could become something really special.
 

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https://theathletic.com/2563362/2021/05/04/2022-nfl-mock-draft-from-spencer-rattler-and-sam-howell-to-jt-daniels-the-qb-carousel-keeps-spinning/

Has Jurk going 15th overall, to the Steelers.

Let’s hope this year is as good as it has the potential to be.
Thanks for posting this.

Like a lot of fairly mobile college QBs, Jurk doesn’t have the speed to outrun NFL defensive linemen. He certainly meets the minimum bar for athletic ability, but he’s going to need otherworldly throwing skills to be a first-round pick. As we just saw with Mac Jones, that doesn’t necessarily have to mean raw arm strength; it can also be preternatural accuracy. I didn’t see Jurk that way, but my untrained eye probably isn’t picking up on those fine points — the reason there are combines and pro days is because even professional scouts have a hard time telling.
 

Humphrey

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Will this game be alumni, gillette, or a new BC stadium to-be-built?
Who knows what factors will be in play 10 years from now? ND's played at Alumni (and I'm not counting the no-crowd 2020 game), so has Michigan (Coughlin's first game). But I'd say if the game was a couple years from now, it'd be higher than 50/50 that the game would be at Gillette.