Wide receiver Nat Dixon officially signed a national letter of intent to play for Boston College Eagles football in 2014 on Wednesday, National Signing Day.
He was the 30th and final recruit chronologically to verbally commit to the class; in one of the rare recent times the school has ‘won’ at these things, Dixon played the National Signing Day “hat game” and chose Boston College today.
Dixon is listed as being a wide receiver and a cornerback. He played his high school football for A. Crawford Mosley in Lynn Haven, Florida, on the state’s panhandle. Dixon measures at 6-foot-4 and 175 pounds.
His recruitment was handled by assistant coach Todd Fitch. Rivals gave Dixon three stars, while 247 gave him two. Dixon selected Boston College over other offers from, amongst others, Western Kentucky, South Florida, and Troy.
Eagles fans can find Dixon on Twitter at @DixonNat.
The Boston College community welcomes Nat to the Heights.