One of the Midlands' best quarterback is off the board.
St. Louis Chaminade quarterback Christian Suntrup announced he was heading to Boston College moments ago at a news conference at his high school.
"It's just a great institution, a great college," he said. "That set it off. Going there, it just felt really good. I connect with the coaches, and I think their offense is a good fit as well.
"They run a lot of the same stuff we do. It's a place I can go, compete and have fun. It's a really good fit for me."
The 6-foot-3, 205-pounder picked the Eagles over a final group of Nebraska, Minnesota and Stanford. He also had a scholarship offers from Kansas an interest from Arizona, Boise State, Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
Suntrup threw for 1,338 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior. He also threw for similar numbers as a sophomore, passing for 1362 yards and nine scores.
Suntrup first emerged on the national recruiting scene after he earned a scholarship offer from Nebraska following a strong performance at the Huskers' summer camp last June. He also camped last summer at Stanford, Missouri, Iowa and Notre Dame.
Chaminade has two other highly recruited prospects on its roster - receiver Brandon Hannah is already committed to Missouri and running back Robert Standard has offers from Iowa State and Nebraska.
Rivals.com will have more on Suntrup's announcement shortly.