Milton (Mass.) Catholic Memorial running back L.V. Whitworth has a chance to do something nearly every Massachusetts football player dreams about – play for the home state Boston College Eagles. However, Whitworth isn’t a BC commitment yet – or is he?
“I took a visit to Boston College this past weekend and it was cool,” said the 6-foot-0, 218-pounder. “BC is really close to home so it’s a place I’ve been to a bunch of times and feel comfortable with. This time I get to stay over a couple of nights and get to know the players, which was a big difference. They are a very close team.”
Whitworth rushed for more than 1,300 yards this past season and had his biggest game (370 yards on 16 carries) against Xaverian Brothers, a perennial state power. He’s already visited Vanderbilt and is done with his official visits. So when will he decide?
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“I’ll talk things over with my family this week and then decide,” he said. “BC is great because it’s close to home, but it could be too close to home. If I want to get out of the state, Vanderbilt will be where I go. They also have a great running back situation for me there as well.”
Whitworth is the No. 47 running back in the country.