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There are few greater calls in life than those to serve one’s country. In the midst of a promising football career, a Boston College Eagle has opted to change his plans for America.
The all-time leading receiver in Boston College history is leaving the game to serve this great country. He is to be commended for walking away from potential NFL money to pursue a worthy goal. We wish Amidon safety and success in his new career.
Don’t worry, we didn’t overlook Andre Williams. He’ll land somewhere in the pros.
More on Boston College’s NFL Draft prospects — this time, it’s Kaleb Ramsey, who had a good Combine. His hometown newspaper is clearly excited for him, and so are we on the Heights.
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