Safety Kamrin Moore officially signed a national letter of intent to play for Boston College Eagles football in 2014 on Wednesday, National Signing Day.
Moore was the 14th recruit to verbally commit to the class, having committed to join Head Coach Steve Addazio’s football program on June 11th.
Kam comes out of Bishop O’Loughlin High School in Arlington, Viginia where he played strong safety and running back. He is this class’s only Virginia recruit.
Moore is rated as three stars by ESPN and 247, but Rivals only gives him two stars. The 5’11” 191 lb. Moore (who runs a 4.5 40) is generally predicted to be a safety at the college level. It seems that Moore was offered by Boston College after being evaluated by the coaching staff at their camp in June.
The Boston College community welcomes Kam to the Heights.