Top Boston College Eagles 2014 tight end target Trey Klock was offered yesterday by the Syracuse Orange, and it was just the latest offer in the northeast region for the Hummelstown, Pennsylvania standout. It would be a surprise for Boston College and Steve Addazio to miss out on Klock, as both 247Sports analysts who predicted tabbed the Eagles to land Klock. We’ll see if an offer from Syracuse can change things, but it looks like an offer from the Duke Blue Devils or Michigan State Spartans would change things. Klock is also high on another school in the area in the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, and they are the biggest threat to Addazio adding yet another prospect to BC’s formidable, early 2014 class.
Klock has also received offers from Temple and UMass in his recruitment, and the two major in-state programs in the Penn State Nittany Lions and Pittsburgh Panthers have shown interest. The Stanford Cardinal are also interested in Klock with David Kotulski as his primary recruiter, but it looks like Boston College is clearly in the driver’s seat for Klock’s signature.
The 6’4″, 260 pound TE for Lower Dauphin High really wants an offer from Duke, and David Cutcliffe and the Blue Devils would be wise to offer the rising TE prospect and try and add to an improving program on the recruiting front. Boston College continues to be in a great position, and Klock is one underrated prospect who will very likely be the next member of BC’s 2014 class.
Notes: Syracuse has now offered three tight ends in the 2014 class with the best one being Tampa’s Marcus Mosely. Rutgers can’t be counted out in Klock’s recruitment either, as they hosted him on an unofficial visit at the end of April.