Seth Betancourt—Saint Joseph's Prep School (Philadelphia, PA)
Betancourt is the type of bookend tackle that BC has been able to recruit and send to the next level in recent years (James Marten, Gosder Cherilus).
At 6’6”, 285 lbs he has room to put on weight and will be counted on to contribute in a big way as he was one of BC’s most sought after recruits in this entire class.
Andy Gallik—Brother Rice (Chicago, IL)
Gallik (pictured) originally committed to Illinois before changing his mind to head to Chestnut Hill. "I just felt that I owed it to myself to make sure that I wasn't passing up a good opportunity at Boston College. I honestly didn't feel like I gave them a fair chance when I made a one day unofficial visit back in the summer. Boston College was the first BCS school to offer me a scholarship.”
Gallik plays tackle at Brother Rice but at 6’3”, 290lbs he will move inside to guard or center at BC.
Aaron Kramer—Duxbury High School (MA)
Kramer is a local player with a strong heritage as his father, Patrick, played DT at Notre Dame.
At 6’7”, 275 lbs, he has the size that BC has come to be known for regarding its “O-Line U” moniker.
While he may not have been recruited heavily, he was offered a chance to play at UConn and the Eagles have done well over the years with local offensive linemen that sneak under the radar.
Jaryd Rudolph—Silver Lake Regional High School (Kingston, MA)
Rudolph is similar to Kramer in that he did not receive much national attention but will be expected to contribute in the future after a redshirt season.
BC is leaving options open on where to play the 6’3”, 270 lb. Rudolph, so we may see him at defensive tackle down the road.
Robert Vardaro—Phillips Academy (Andover, MA)
Vardaro is a player that lands right in BC’s sweet spot. At 6’5”, 305lbs, he has all the makings of a future tackle on the BCS level.
He will need a redshirt and some time to develop but expect him to be another bookend tackle for BC in a few years.
UConn and Vanderbilt were also in the mix for Vardaro’s commitment.
Harris Williams—Proctor Academy (Lynn, MA)
Williams had committed to Stanford before switching over to the Eagles in July. At 6’3”, 290 lbs, he has played on both sides of the ball and has some athleticism.
BC sees him as a guard prospect down the road, but he will be redshirting and benefiting from the time to develop his skill set before he works his way into the rotation.