Kobay White, who currently ranks 19th in program history in career receiving yards, decided to enter the transfer portal, just as quarterback Anthony Brown did nearly four weeks ago.
Steve Addazio and Dave Clawson have had no shortage of wild back-and-forth games over the last five years. Here’s a look at each of them, from the 3-0 debacle to last year’s shootout win in Winston-Salem.
There’s a new kicker from Temple, familiar faces in the backfield, and several intriguing pieces in the receiving game—including a dynamic freshman and pair of running backs that trained at a new position.
The Eagles will have to fill the void left by 13 NFL signees—nine of which were undrafted free agents—but a much-needed kicker and a pair of four-star recruits isn’t a bad start.
Sweeney, the first BC tight end to be drafted since the 2004 NFL Draft, was selected by the Buffalo Bills with the 228th overall pick in the seventh round.
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.
The Eagles haven’t had more than four players drafted in a single year in the current seven-round model—in all likelihood, that’ll change this April.
Ranking second in the conference only behind three-time defending league champion Clemson, BC boasts 13 All-ACC players this season—including four First Teamers—both of which are program records.
Zach Allen had a big game for his NFL Draft prospects, while Anthony Brown had a horrible first half but was much improved after the break in a road defeat at the hands of the Seminoles.