The Boston College coaching staff is building something special in the state of Ohio. They just received their second commitment from the state in as many hours.
"The BC coaches just left and I'm an Eagle," said Cincinnati (Ohio) Anderson offensive lineman Ty Hall. "The coaching staff is great and me and DeJuan Tribble talked about committing together and now we did.
Tribble, a defensive back from Cincinnati, committed to the Eagles Monday night as well.
Hall has offers from more than 15 programs including Illinois, Northwestern, Pitt, South Carolina, Wake Forest, Vanderbilt and others but wanted to head east to Massachusetts.
"The people, the city, the college, the overall atmosphere, the playing level, the chance to play at the next level, and the players and coaches," said Hall, listing off the reasons he chose BC. "I loved my visit there, but I really knew last weekend when I visited Wake Forest. I liked it there, but I liked BC much better."
Now Hall will work on some others from his visit weekend.
"I'm actually chatting with Ambrose Wooden right now, working on him," he said. "BC's going to have a great class."