Boston College Football Recruiting Notebook: June 2014

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There is no sense in maintaining suspense: Boston College football recruiting for the month of June 2014 was extremely productive, and a month to remember.

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Steve Addazio and his assistant coaching staff got thirteen newcomers to pledge to the Eagles in June, which is the most commits Boston College has gotten in a single month since


begun tracking commitments in 2002.

A 2015 recruiting class which was at nine at the beginning of the month exploded to 22 as we enter July.

Not every recruiting service website makes mention of all of them, but luckily, Soaring to Glory has no such encumbrances.

A quick look at each of the newcomers; to read more detailed biographies and watch game film, visit the links from our June articles:

Boston College Football Recruiting: June 2014

Sharrieff Grice, RB
West Hartford, CT; committed June 4

The first recruit of a very busy month on the trail. Last season, Grice had 93 carries for 840 yards with 11 touchdowns. Also plays free safety.

Elijah Robinson, ATH
Montclair, NJ; committed June 10

Dual-threat quarterback for Montclair High School who was recruited to the Eagles as an athlete. Robinson was involved directly in over 40 touchdowns himself last season: 1,464 passing yards and 21 touchdown passes, 1,526 rushing yards and 22 rushing touchdowns, and even a receiving touchdown to his credit.

William Harris, ATH
Wallingford, CT; committed June 11

Defensive back who held other offers from UConn, Syracuse, and Old Dominion. Harris has also played some wide receiver.

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