BC looking to uprgrade offense through recruiting

Boston College will look to improve its offensive attack in 2016.
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In 2015 the Eagles offense never got off the ground thanks to a rash of injuries at the quarterback and running back spots that resulted in Boston College averaging an ACC-worst 17.2 points per game.

With that in mind, BC will look to improve its attack through recruiting. Sophomore QB Darrius Wade, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury in the third game of the year, is still a bit of an unknown. With Wade on the sideline, backups Jeff Smith, Troy Flutie and John Fadule didn’t exactly distinguish themselves.

That leaves the door open for BC recruit, Anthony Brown, to make an impression. Brown is a 6-1, 194-pound three-star, dual-threat QB from New Jersey that could make an impact early on.

Whoever plays quarterback will need somebody to throw it to and that’s where Kobay White comes in. The 6-0, 197-pound three-star wide receiver turned down offers from Georgia Tech, Temple and Pitt to name a few before committing to the Eagles and could be just what head coach Steve Addazio needs to put points on the board next season.