Zach Allen was picked 65th overall by the Arizona Cardinals—about an hour later, Will Harris became a Detroit Lion at pick number 81.
After a superb Senior Bowl and an impressive NFL Combine, offensive guard Chris Lindstrom climbed all the way up to 14th overall, landing with the Atlanta Falcons.
Chris Lindstrom is projected to be the first BC prospect selected in the opening round of the NFL Draft since Luke Kuechly—he would also be the Eagles’ 10th first rounder since 2000.
In the latest edition of our Weekly Roundup, we take a look at women’s tennis recording another upset win, lacrosse moving to 14-0, Mason Pelio continuing to shine for baseball, and more.
BC football had its annual spring game Saturday. The contest featured a modified scoring system, a standout performance from the offensive line, and a showcase of the Eagles’ running back depth.
BC is expected to have seven or so players selected in this year’s NFL Draft—but what about the guys that might not hear their name called in April?
BC sent a school record seven prospects to Indianapolis—over the course of the four-day pre-draft workout period, some Eagles surprised, while others underwhelmed.
The Eagles sent four players to this year’s Senior Bowl, the second most of any school in the nation—the All-Star game was a breakthrough for one BC prospect, but for another, it was nothing short of a setback.