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Recruiting Needs For The 2023 Class: Offense Edition

A look at how Boston College could attack the next recruiting class

It has been quiet on the recruiting front as the Class of 2022 winds down. With multiple new offers going out for the Class of 2023, it is clear that the emphasis and time is focused on this group. While right now it is unclear what size of a class the Eagles are trying to land, Jeff Hafley has said that he wants to focus on high school seniors instead of the transfer portal, so it's fair to assume that it should be another larger class. 

Here is how we project the next recruiting class to shape up. 


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Boston College will have a big adjustment in 2023 with Phil Jurkovec graduating and the Eagles looking either within for a replacement or finding a transfer portal QB to fill the role until Emmett Morehead or another player is ready. Right now it's tricky, the Eagles don't have an offensive coordinator/quarterback coach, and they are going to want to bring in a player that matches the coaches preferences. That being said, the Eagles are going to most likely want to add another another player into that room. Local quarterback William Watson, and four star Delaware native Cam Edge could both be names to watch for, but also keep an eye on Jaxon Potter out of Santa Magarita, California. He has connected with the staff, but still does not have an offer. 


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Commit: Datrell Jones

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Commit: Jaedn Skeete

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Boston College hit the jackpot in 2022 bringing in Matt Ragan and Jeremiah Franklin, both potential big time pass catching targets. With Joey Luchetti graduating, the Eagles will have space for another tight end. Andrew Rappleyea, from Milton Academy was clearly a name to watch for, but he committed to Michigan. They have four other known tight end offers out right now, but it unclear who is a priority, and who is truly interested in the Eagles. 


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