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01/07/19 - (CB) - *Hamp Cheevers, Jr, 5-10, 180
Boston College junior cornerback Hamp Cheevers announced Saturday that he will forego his senior season and enter the 2019 NFL Draft. The nation's co-leader with seven interceptions in 2018, Cheevers had a breakout year in his first season as a starter for the Eagles. Cheevers earned All-America honors by six organizations following the season. The Trenton, Fla., native, tied for second on the squad with seven pass breakups in addition to his seven interceptions. For his career, Cheevers played in 30 games with 56 career tackles, 2.5 TFLs, nine interceptions and 11 pass breakups. He forced three fumbles and recovered a fumble during his career at the Heights. - Boston College Football


11/24/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
RB A.J. Dillon was knocked out of Saturday's game against No. 20 Syracuse due to an ankle injury. Dillon had rushed for 56 yards on 12 carries before aggravating an ankle injury that had forced him to sit out two games earlier this season. ESPN reported that Dillon was unlikely to return for the second half but Boston College ruled him out for the remainder of the game moments later. The 6-foot, 245-pound Dillon rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns on 37 carries last week at Florida State to become the first running back in school history with 1,000-yard seasons as both a freshman and a sophomore.


11/20/18 - (DE) - Zach Allen, Sr, 6-5, 285
NOV 19 ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Zach Allen, Boston College, Sr., DE; New Canaan, Conn.,...Second ACC weekly honor of the season for Allen, who made multiple big plays for Boston College in the 22-21 loss at Florida State ... Finished with six tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss, one pass breakup, one quarterback hurry and a field goal attempt ... The blocked kick was Allen's second of the season. - ACC Football


11/10/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
RB AJ Dillon will be in the lineup for the Eagles in the showdown against the undefeated Tigers (9-0, 6-0 ACC). Dillon's status had been a question mark after he aggravated an ankle injury in last week's 31-21 win at Virginia Tech, but Boston College coach Steve Addazio removed any doubts in an interview with ESPN on Saturday morning. "He feels great. He's gonna be ready to roll tonight," said Addazio. "They're gonna get a full dose of AJ Dillon." Dillon has been forced to miss two games due to the ankle issues, but he still leads the ACC in rushing with 897 yards in seven games for the Eagles (7-2, 4-1).


11/05/18 - (CB) - Brandon Sebastian, rFr, 6-0, 185
NOV 5 ACC DEFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Brandon Sebastian, Boston College, R-Fr., DB, West Haven, Conn.,..With the Eagles' ACC road game at Virginia Tech tied 14-14 late in the third quarter, Sebastian made the defensive play of the game with his first career interception to give the Eagles the ball at the Virginia Tech 19-yard line ... Boston College scored one play later to take the lead for good en route to a 31-21 win ... Sebastian added a career-best 10 tackles. - ACC Football


11/03/18 - (RB) - Travis Levy, So, 5-11, 205
Travis Levy ran for two touchdowns and No. 24 Boston College beat Virginia Tech 31-21 on Saturday to set up a huge home game against Clemson next week for the Eagles. BC (7-2, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference, No. 22 CFP) limited the Hokies to 32 yards in the third quarter and erased a 14-7 deficit with 21 unanswered points after halftime. First-place in the ACC Atlantic Division will be on the line when the second-ranked Tigers visit Boston College. "The second half, everyone felt the energy throughout the locker room," said BC's Brandon Sebastian, who had a key interception. "We just kept swinging and stayed in there and put them away." Ryan Willis threw for 281 yards with three touchdown passes for Virginia Tech (4-4, 3-2), but the Hokies lost their third straight at home for the first time since 1992. It came on a day when they could have moved into a share of first place in the Coastal Division with a victory. - AP College Football


10/15/18 - (DE) - Zach Allen, Sr, 6-5, 285
OCT 15 ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Zach Allen, Boston College, Sr., DE, New Canaan, Conn.,...Allen was all over the field with seven tackles, including three for loss and a sack in Boston College's 38-20 win over Louisville ... The Eagles allowed a season-low 217 yards of total offense and held the Cardinals to 47 rushing yards on 32 attempts, the fewest rushing yards by a BC opponent in 2018 ... The Eagles finished with seven sacks and 12 total tackles-for-loss in the win. - ACC Football


10/15/18 - (OG) - Chris Lindstrom, Sr, 6-3, 310
OCT 15 ACC OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Chris Lindstrom, Boston College, Sr., OT, Dudley, Mass.,...Lindstrom earned his second ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week honor of the season following his performance in a 38-20 win over Louisville ... Was the top-graded lineman for Boston College, paving the way for an offense that totaled 251 yards on the ground as two backs went over 100 yards rushing (Ben Glines and David Bailey). - ACC Football


10/15/18 - (QB) - Anthony Brown, rSo, 6-1, 220
OCT 15 ACC QUARTERBACK OF THE WEEK: Anthony Brown, Boston College, So., Cliffwood, N.J.,...Brown was efficient in leading the Boston College offense to a 38-20 win over Louisville ... Threw his ACC-leading 14th touchdown pass of the season and finished the day 16-of-22 passing for 179 yards ... The Eagles finished with 430 yards of total offense and scored 35-plus points for the fifth time this season ... Brown picked up his second ACC Quarterback of the Week accolade of the year. - ACC Football


10/14/18 - (QB) - Anthony Brown, rSo, 6-1, 220
David Bailey stood on the sideline waiting for his chance. When it came, he made Boston College forget about the loss of injured star running back AJ Dillon, if only for a little while. Bailey ran for 112 yards and a touchdown, Travis Levy recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a score for the second straight week and BC beat struggling Louisville 38-20 on Saturday. Anthony Brown completed 16 of 22 passes for 179 yards and a TD for the Eagles (5-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference). Ben Glines rushed for 107 yards. Dillon was out for the second straight week with an injured left ankle. "We had made a decision we were playing David," BC coach Steve Addazio said about his 6-foot-1, 245-pound true freshman. "I regret we didn't play David a week ago, but the game had a different flow on the road." - AP College Football


10/10/18 - (FS) - Lukas Denis, Sr, 5-11, 185
S Lukas Denis, rated as the No. 2 free safety in the country on NFLDraftScout.com's prospect list, has also been seeing time at cornerback.


10/06/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
Boston College running back AJ Dillon won't play at No. 23 North Carolina State on Saturday after injuring his left ankle last weekend. In an email Saturday, team spokesman Jason Baum said Dillon didn't make the trip to Raleigh. The 6-foot, 245-pound sophomore ranks fifth in the Bowl Subdivision ranks in rushing at 130.4 yards per game. The Eagles are 9-3 in the 12 games since Dillon became the starter last October at Louisville. Coach Steve Addazio had said this week that Dillon would be a game-time decision. Travis Levy is listed as the No. 2 running back on the depth chart, but it was receiver Ben Glines who carried the load after Dillon went out with 23 carries for 120 yards and a score. - AP College Football


09/29/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown caught a touchdown that completely fooled Temple on a trick play and then was surprised himself when his mom was on the field singing 'God Bless America.' Brown also threw for two touchdowns, AJ Dillon rushed for 161 yards and two scores before leaving with an apparent ankle injury and the Eagles held off the Owls 45-35 on Saturday in a chippy game that saw three players ejected for targeting. Midway into the third quarter, Brown caught his TD - a 9-yarder from QB-turned-receiver Jeff Smith - to make it 38-21. When the quarter ended, his mom - Carissa Henderson - sang a stirring rendition of the song. - AP College Football


09/24/18 - (DE) - Wyatt Ray, Sr, 6-2, 255
SEPT 17 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: WYATT RAY, BOSTON COLLEGE, Senior, Defensive End, Boca Raton, FL/St. Thomas Aquinas...Defensive end Wyatt Ray set a school single-game record with four quarterback sacks as Boston College earned a 41-34 victory over ACC-rival Wake Forest. Ray also recorded a career-best eight tackles and had one quarterback hurry as the Eagles' improved to 3-0, their best start to a season since 2007. Notes: Wyatt Ray is the sixth Boston College player to earn Walter Camp National Player of the Week honors since 2004, joining current teammate A.J. Dillon, who was recognized on Oct. 15, 2017. - Walter Camp Football Foundation


09/24/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
SEPT 17 ACC RUNNING BACK OF THE WEEK: AJ Dillon, Boston College, So., RB, New London, Conn.,...Dillon repeated as ACC Running Back of the Week after he rushed for 185 yards and one touchdown in the win at Wake Forest...Dillon, who reached the 100-yard mark in rushing by halftime for the second consecutive game, has 2,021 yards rushing for his career...He became the 19th player in school history to rush for 2,000 career yards and ranks 17th all-time at BC. - ACC Football


09/24/18 - (QB) - Anthony Brown, rSo, 6-1, 220
SEPT 17 ACC QUARTERBACK OF THE WEEK: Anthony Brown, Boston College, So., Cliffwood, N.J.,...Brown threw for a career-high 304 yards and five touchdowns on 16-for-25 passing in the Eagles' 41-34 win at Wake Forest...Brown is one of two Boston College quarterbacks in school history to have thrown five or more touchdowns in a game without an interception (Doug Flutie threw for 354 yards and six TDs without a pick in 1984 versus North Carolina)...Brown became the first BC quarterback to throw for over 300 yards and five TDs in a game since Matt Ryan vs. Wake Forest in 2007. - ACC Football


09/24/18 - (DE) - Wyatt Ray, Sr, 6-2, 255
SEPT 17 ACC DEFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Wyatt Ray, Boston College, Sr., DE, Boca Raton, Fla.,...Recognized as the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week, Ray set a single-game school record with four quarterback sacks as Boston College earned a 41-34 victory at Wake Forest...Ray also recorded a career-best eight tackles and had one quarterback hurry as the Eagles improved to 3-0, their best start to a season since 2007...Ray leads the nation with 1.67 sacks per game. - ACC Football


09/24/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
SEPT 10 ACC RUNNING BACK OF THE WEEK: AJ Dillon, Boston College, So., RB, New London, Conn.,...Dillon scored three times in the first quarter, on runs of 7, 74, and 7 yards in the Eagles' 62-14 win over Holy Cross...He finished the game with six rushes for 149 yards - an average of 24.8 yards per carry - all of which came before making an early exit before the end of the first quarter...Dillion is one of only three players in college football since 1996 to score three touchdowns on six or fewer carries with an average rush of 24 yards or better in a single-game. - ACC Football


09/17/18 - (TE) - Tommy Sweeney, rSr, 6-4, 260
TE Tommy Sweeney pulled into a tie with Jim Whelan for 10th place on BC's all-time tight end receptions with five catches at Wake Forest.


09/17/18 - (ILB) - Connor Strachan, Sr, 6-0, 230
LB Connor Strachan, laid out by a questionable hit early in the game, registered a career-high 15 tackles in the win at Wake Forest -- 13 of them solo.


09/17/18 - (DE) - Wyatt Ray, Sr, 6-2, 255
DE Wyatt Ray, who happens to be Nat King Cole's grandson and Natalie Cole's nephew, had a career game at Wake Forest. He set a BC record with four sacks and had eight total tackles and a quarterback hurry. His performance earned him the Walter Camp defensive player of the week award and ACC top defensive linemen honors. He leads the nation with 1.67 sacks per game.


09/17/18 - (QB) - Anthony Brown, rSo, 6-1, 220
QB Anthony Brown really threw five touchdown passes in the win at Wake Forest, joining Doug Flutie (1984) as the only Eagle with at least five touchdown passes (Flutie had six) and no interceptions in a game. It was BC's first five-TD passing game since Matt Ryan did it in 2007.


09/17/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
RB AJ Dillon, a preseason All-American, carried the ball only six times in less than a quarter against FCS Holy Cross on Sept. 8, but gained 149 yards and was named ACC Running Back of the Week. Then, five days later against Wake Forest, he ran for 185 yards on 33 carries, scored a touchdown and was again lauded with the honor. He has reached 100 yards before halftime in two straight games. BC is 10-2 in his 12 college starts and he became the 19th runner in BC history with 2,000 yards in the game at Wake. Dillon is already 17th on the school's all-time rushing list with 2,021 yards.


09/08/18 - (RB) - AJ Dillon, So, 6-0, 245
Boston College running back AJ Dillon surely could have piled up a bunch of yards after his quick start. But Eagles coach Steve Addazio decided the short week and a big lead meant limited playing time for many of his starters. Dillon ran for 149 yards and three touchdowns in less than a quarter, and Boston College beat old, in-state rival Holy Cross 62-14 Saturday in the schools' first meeting in 32 years. Dillon, the Atlantic Coast Conference's preseason player of the year, carried just six times before BC (2-0) went to its reserves late in the first quarter. Quarterback Anthony Brown completed his only two passes for 53 yards. "The tone was set from the first drive," Addazio said. "AJ was running at will and I thought both sides of the ball played extremely well." Eagles' reserve QBs EJ Perry and Matt McDonald each threw for two TDs and cornerback Hamp Cheevers returned an interception 81 yards for a score. "Certainly being able to get our players off the field early was a good thing," Addazio said. Holy Cross (0-2) blocked two punts for TDs. - AP College Football


09/04/18 - (OG) - Chris Lindstrom, Sr, 6-3, 310
SEPT 3 ACC CO-OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Chris Lindstrom, Boston College, Sr., OT, Dudley, Mass.,...Lindstrom graded out as one of the top Eagle linemen at 88 percent in a 55-21 win over Massachusetts - He played 65 snaps and recorded three knockdown blocks - Boston College finished with 598 yards of total offense, including 272 yards on the ground - The Eagles did not allow a sack in the win against the Minutemen. - ACC Football


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