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  Last January, Max Richardson decided to forgo the NFL draft and return to the Heights for his fifth year of eligibility, citing his absence from Boston College's bowl game due to a hamstring injury as his reason for staying. With the full 2020 season under his belt, Richardson chose to make the jump to the pro level, announcing on Tuesday that he would be declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft. The announcement came via Richardson's Instagram account. Richardson was a mainstay of the Eagles' defense over the last three seasons, ranking in the top three on the team in tackles all three years. He finished his BC career with 315 total tackles and 32 tackles for loss. His 2019 season was particularly prolific, as he racked up a team-leading 107 tackles and 14 tackles for loss. Both marks were team highs that season. - The Heights

(DS#14 ILB) rSr/2021 ILB Max RichardsonBoston College
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  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): LB - Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College, 83,...McDuffie collected All-ACC second-team accolades for the first time in his career. He led BC and ranked fourth in the nation with 107 tackles in 2020. The Buffalo native had a career-best 16-tackle performance vs. No. 2 Notre Dame. The 16 tackles tied for second most by an ACC player all season. He ended the season with double-digit tackle totals in seven games, including six of 10 ACC contests. - Boston College Football

(DS#18 OLB) rJr/2021 OLB *Isaiah McDuffieBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Ben PetrularSr/2022, Boston College, 6-5, 315 (DS#28 OG) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OG - Ben Petrula, Boston College, 86,...Petrula was named to the All-ACC second-team for the second time in his career after earning second-team accolades last season at offensive tackle. This season, the New Jersey native moved inside to offensive guard and proved to be one of the league's top interior offensive linemen. Petrula played 778 of 785 offensive snaps (99.1%) on the season and was a key part of an offensive line that allowed just 2.55 sacks per game, which ranked sixth in the ACC. - Boston College Football

(DS#28 OG) rSr/2022 OG Ben PetrulaBoston College
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  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): LB - Max Richardson, Boston College, 52,...Richardson was named to the All-ACC third-team defense at linebacker. He finished second on the team and fourth in the ACC with 99 tackles. Richardson posted a team-leading 8.0 TFL, including career-best 3.5 sacks in 2020. He finished with double-digit tackle totals in five of 10 ACC games. - Boston College Football

(DS#14 ILB) rSr/2021 ILB Max RichardsonBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Zion JohnsonSr/2022, Boston College, 6-3, 310 (DS#7 OG) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): OT - Zion Johnson, Boston College, 52,...Johnson was named to the All-ACC third-team at offensive tackle. The Maryland native graded out as BC's top offensive lineman in 2020 after moving from left guard to left tackle in the preseason. BC's offensive line ranked No. 21 as a group according to Pro Football Focus this season. - Boston College Football

(DS#7 OG) Sr/2022 OG Zion JohnsonBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Alec LindstromrJr/2022, Boston College, 6-3, 290 (DS#4 C) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): C - Alec Lindstrom, Boston College, 84,...Lindstrom becomes just the second Boston College center to garner All-ACC first-team honors, joining Andy Gallik (2014). One of the top-graded offensive linemen all season for the Eagles, Lindstrom now joins his brother Chris with All-ACC first-team honors in their career. Lindstrom was one of three players to take all 785 offensive snaps this season. He was part of a unit that started all 11 games together and held up for the third-ranked passing attack in the ACC at 284.2 yards per game. - Boston College Football

(DS#4 C) rJr/2022 C Alec LindstromBoston College
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  12/29/20 - *Hunter LongrJr/2021, Boston College, 6-5, 253 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): TE - Hunter Long, Boston College, 144,...Long joined Ryan Purvis (2007) as the only All-ACC first-team tight ends in school history after his impressive junior campaign. A semifinalist for the John Mackey Award, Long leads all tight ends nationally with 57 receptions and ranks 17th nationally among all players. - Boston College Football

(DS#3 TE) rJr/2021 TE *Hunter LongBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Zay FlowersSo/2023, Boston College, 5-11, 178 (DS#28 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): WR - Zay Flowers, Boston College, 147,...Flowers collected All-ACC honors after one of the most productive seasons by a wide receiver in Boston College history. The Fort Lauderdale native is 14th nationally and second in the ACC with 892 yards receiving. - Boston College Football

(DS#28 WR) So/2023 WR Zay FlowersBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Josh DeBerrySo/2023, Boston College, 5-11, 180 (DS#29 CB) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): CB - Josh DeBerry, Boston College, 24,...DeBerry earned All-ACC honorable mention honors for the first time in his career. The sophomore played 592 defensive snaps (76.7%) at corner or nickel. He was second on the team with six pass breakups and third with 44 tackles. One of the most disruptive defensive backs in the ACC, DeBerry added two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one interception on the season. - Boston College Football

(DS#29 CB) So/2023 CB Josh DeBerryBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Tyler VrabelrSo/2023, Boston College, 6-5, 305 (DS#2 OT) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): OT - Tyler Vrabel, Boston College, 41,...Vrabel was named All-ACC honorable mention for the second time in his career. He moved from left tackle, where he started 13 games in 2019, to right tackle in 2020. Vrabel was one of three players to take all 785 offensive snaps this season as he started all 11 games for the Eagles. - Boston College Football

(DS#2 OT) rSo/2023 OT Tyler VrabelBoston College
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  12/29/20 - Zay FlowersSo/2023, Boston College, 5-11, 178 (DS#28 WR) + More +

  2020 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES/MEDIA): AP - Zay Flowers, Boston College, 25,...Flowers ranks 19th nationally with 56 receptions and is tied for 12th nationally with nine touchdown receptions. Flowers' nine touchdown receptions in 2020 ranked second in Boston College single-season history. - Boston College Football

(DS#28 WR) So/2023 WR Zay FlowersBoston College
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  Boston College redshirt junior linebacker Isaiah McDuffie, the team's leading tackler this season, has decided to forgo his final year of eligibility and declare for the 2021 NFL Draft. The 6-foot-1-inch, 224-pounder finished a 6-5 campaign with a career-high 107 total tackles, ranking fourth nationally and second in the ACC behind NC State's Payton Wilson. McDuffie also chipped in three sacks and 6 1/2 tackles for loss. He announced the decision Friday, a day after tight end Hunter Long opted for the NFL. "We are excited for Isaiah as he begins the next chapter of his football career and we wish him well," said BC coach Jeff Hafley. "We look forward to watching Isaiah play on Sundays." - Boston Globe

(DS#18 OLB) rJr/2021 OLB *Isaiah McDuffieBoston College
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  12/21/20 - *Hunter LongrJr/2021, Boston College, 6-5, 253 (DS#3 TE) + More +

  Long finishes his collegiate career with 89 receptions for 1,297 yards and nine touchdowns. His 57 receptions this year were the second-most by a tight end in program history, trailing only Pete Mitchell's 66 catches in 1993. Long is meeting with agents and said his plan to is to stay home through the holidays before deciding on where he wants to train for the draft, which is scheduled for April 29-May 1 in Cleveland. "We could not be happier and more supportive of Hunter's decision to enter the NFL Draft," said BC coach Jeff Hafley. "Hunter has been a terrific ambassador on and off the field for our program and we can't wait to watch him play on Sundays."

Playing in two systems, under former coach Steve Addazio, and then in Hafley's first season, has helped Long develop a more versatile skill set. "In my mind I got the best of both worlds," said Long. "I got to play in a more run-heavy scheme [under Addazio] where I had to develop as a blocker, and this year we definitely opened up the playbook a little more and started throwing the ball, which was a lot of fun. I feel in both systems I developed different aspects of my game." - Boston Globe


(DS#3 TE) rJr/2021 TE *Hunter LongBoston College
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  Within a week of entering the transfer portal, former Temple linebacker Isaiah Graham-Mobley and defensive tackle Ifeanyi Maijeh have landed at Power 5 schools. Graham-Mobley, who graduated this month, will attend Boston College. Maijeh, a redshirt junior in eligibility, will attend Rutgers, where he will be reunited with former Temple assistant Fran Brown, the secondary coach for the Scarlet Knights. All three were starters on defense.

This continues an exodus of key players via the transfer portal. Quarterback Anthony Russo has transferred to Michigan State. Running back Re'Mahn Davis is at Vanderbilt. Graduate student Vincent Picozzi, the team's top offensive lineman, and kicker Will Mobley, also have entered the portal. Graham-Mobley, who starred locally at Upper Merion and is considered an NFL prospect, said he felt a change of scenery was best. His last two seasons were cut short by ankle injuries, and he appeared in just two games this year for the 1-6 Owls. - Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News


(DS#25 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Isaiah Graham-MobleyBoston College
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  For McDuffie, who only played four games during the 2019 season after sustaining an injury during spring training that year, 2020 was a bounceback year. After seeing the field sparingly as a freshman, McDuffie broke out as a sophomore, notching 85 tackles-5.5 for loss-and 3.5 sacks. His injury sidelined him for most of the next season, but in the last four games of the year he recorded 30 total tackles. A three-star recruit out of Bennett High School in Buffalo, N.Y., McDuffie initially committed to Syracuse in 2015 before flipping his decision to BC in the spring of 2016. In the release, McDuffie said that attending BC was the best decision he ever made. "I fell in love with the game of football from an early age," McDuffie said. "Growing up playing in the streets with my friends or organized, I always had a football by my side." McDuffie finished out his career with 233 total tackles, nearly half of which came this year, 15.5 tackles for loss, and 8.5 sacks. "I will forever be an Eagle," McDuffie said. "I'm excited for this journey and can't wait to see what life has in store." - The Heights

(DS#18 OLB) rJr/2021 OLB *Isaiah McDuffieBoston College
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