Head coach Steve Addazio called this year’s team the “most athletic” he’s had, and additionally focused on BC’s outgoing class, AJ Dillon’s workload, and the NFL talent on the offensive line.
Boumerhi, who saw his 2018 season cut short due to a hip injury, joins the Eagles seeking to return to his All-AAC Second Team level of play and should immediately factor in the starting kicker competition.
The Eagles’ quarterback depth took a hit Wednesday, as it was reported that Matt McDonald has transferred to Bowling Green. There, the redshirt sophomore will reunite with former BC offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler.
Davon Jones was the Eagles’ second-leading rusher in 2016 before switching to the linebacker position the following season.
With Chris Lindstrom as the latest example for BC, no other school has had a higher percentage (36 percent) of their draft picks come from the offensive line since 2000.
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.
At the first P.A.C.E. event, Martin Jarmond listened to numerous ideas from students and also touched on the status of the Greater Heights campaign that he launched earlier this year.
With AJ Dillon sitting out, David Bailey and Javian Dayne stood out carrying the ball, and the new secondary pieces looked strong in the annual spring game.
Chris Lindstrom spent the day under the watchful eye of New England Patriots offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia, while Jeff Smith and Ray Smith had strong performances.