Boston College picked up their second offensive line commitment in three days on Tuesday when three star DeMatha Catholic offensive lineman Michael Crounse committed to the school.
Thank you for all the opportunities I
have been given! Blessed to become
an Eagle! Thank you@CoachMcGregor, @tanksdaman2
Coach Edwin and the entire staff at
Dematha.@CoachJeffHafley@Coach_Guge , @CoachJ_Mc, and@CoachBucar as well as my fellow
Big Dawgs- let's do this! pic.twitter.com/EGgz2Lb1BE
— Michael Crounse (@MichaelCrounse) June 15, 2022
Crounse held offers from 16 schools including: Pitt, Cincinnati, Wisconsin, Buffalo, Maryland, Louisville, Michigan State and West Virginia among others. Ultimately, he chose O-LINE U and is coming to Boston.
Crounse joins St. Thomas Aquinas offensive tackle Ryan Mickow as the only other offensive lineman in the class thus far but there will be more as the Eagles have recruited several lineman in the 23 class.
Crounse is 6-5 310. He has played tackle in high school and can stay there but he can also kick inside to guard and make an impact early.
Crounse is the 10th commitment for the Eagles in the Class of 2023. It has been a busy stretch for Jeff Hafley and his staff as they try to get as many commitments as possible before the season starts.