It’s never too early or too late in the day to “be a dude.” One more recruit let the word drop late on Tuesday night that he will join Boston College football’s 2014 signing class. That young man is Kamrin Moore, a safety/running back out of Arlington, Virginia. The recruitment was reported first this evening by Eagle Action; 24/7 reports that his recruitment was spearheaded by defensive coordinator Don Brown and defensive assistant Ben Albert.
— J. Rowland (@BC_JRow) June 12, 2013
He becomes the fourteenth member of this recruiting class, but of those fourteen rising seniors, there is perhaps the least information about him available publicly. He is not rated by the major recruiting outlets and Boston College appears to have been his one offer. That offer, by the way, came just two days ago on Sunday.
What we do have from him is a Hudl highlight video which speaks well of his tackling abilities, not to mention a few big runs. Based upon what he has done in high school so far, it would appear that the defensive backfield might be his calling; as for how it impacts other Eagles recruiting for said position, time will tell. BC has been targeting another safety in the person of Lubern Figaro, who has not yet decided.
Rivals ranking or not, we welcome Moore to Boston College.