4-Star Safety Albert Louis-Jean Commits To Boston College Over Penn State
4-star safety Albert Louis-Jean, a top three prospect at the position, committed to Boston College on Monday, choosing the Eagles over Penn State in somewhat of a surprise decision.
Originally committed to Miami, Louis-Jean jumped ship after coach Randy Shannon was fired at the end of the regular season.
A native of Massachusetts, it came down to the comfort factor for the highly coveted safety.
“It came down to Boston College and Penn State and he’s known the guys at Boston College for two years, so he felt it was the best fit and best situation, so he felt like if he had equal fits why not just stay home,” his father Albert Louis-Jean Sr. said.
Now the top recruit of Boston College's 2011 recruiting class, Louis-Jean is best known for his ability to land a big. He's the type of player that's just waiting to put an opponent to rest and should be a huge asset to the Eagles secondary.
His coverage skills are as good as anyone's, and his speed is truly elite. He has the potential to be a star at either cornerback or safety, but based on his tackling ability, he seems best suited for the safety position.
As for Penn State and Miami, both schools continue to feel the burn of underachieving recruiting classes that just can't seem to get any traction as the season comes to a close.
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