Boston College Football Recruiting Notebook: June 2014

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Boston College Football Recruiting: June 2014 (continued)

Michael Walker, ATH
Naples, FL; committed June 17

Another high school quarterback and wide receiver who comes to Boston College as an athlete. He holds other offers from Arizona, Arkansas State, Georgia Southern, Florida International, and Holy Cross.

Chase Pankey, WR
Cincinnati, OH; committed June 20

Three-star wide receiver who ran a 4.47 40-yard dash at a combine early this year.

Chris Garrison, TE
Groton, MA; committed June 21

Versatile local tight end who is considered one of the best recruits in Massachusetts for the 2015 class. He has also played quarterback, strong safety, wide receiver, and punter.

Mehdi El Attrach, ATH
Lake Nona, FL; committed June 24

Two-way player who had over 800 receiving yards last season in addition to 25 tackles and five picks. Boston College beat out Northwestern, his other finalist.

Davon Jones, S
Shrewsbury, MA; committed June 25

A safety and wide receiver out in central Mass, and a multi-sport athlete, who shows good effectiveness and play-making ability on defense.

Jimmy Martin, LB
Maitland, FL; committed June 25

Three-star linebacker from Florida with notable speed (ran a 4.50) and the ability to make tackles all over the field.

Tanner Karafa, LB
Ashburn, VA; committed June 25

Three-star, all-district linebacker from Virginia who holds other offers from Virginia Tech, Penn State, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Ray Smith, DT
San Diego, CA; committed June 26

Boston College’s first California commit in this class; Smith is a defensive tackle who turned down San Diego State, Air Force, and Navy to come to Chestnut Hill.

Taj-Amir Torres, ATH
Amherst, MA; committed June 26

Wide receiver and corner from the backyard of UMass with blazing speed (4.38). Not surprisingly, Torres is also an accomplished individual champion at track and field.

Nolan Borgersen, WR
Washington, NJ; committed June 27

Record-breaking New Jersey wide receiver and Top 25 Garden State recruit with similar speed to Torres (4.39). Borgersen received for almost 1,900 yards in 2013, catching 27 touchdown passes.

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