Cory Jasudowich just returned from an all-star event in Texas and the Cheshire (Conn.) Cheshire Academy linebacker could not be much happier.
He's committed to Boston College, his dream school, and things are going great for the 6-foot-2, 235-pound three-star prospect who's ranked fourth in the Connecticut state rankings by Rivals.com.
Jasudowich committed to the Eagles in June and is definitely not looking back.
"It's definitely a weight off my shoulders," Jasudowich said. "I knew that's where I wanted to be and when I made my decision right there on the spot I already had the weight off my shoulders.
"I'm very, very happy with my decision and now I can concentrate on the season coming up for my senior year. It's definitely a relief."
The Cheshire Academy standout also plans to do some recruiting as well.
During his time in Texas, Jasudowich said he talked with numerous prospects about Boston College, the benefits there and possibly joining him in the Eagles' class.
He hopes his message came across loud and clear and that some other top prospects join him at Boston College.
"I was talking to a few of my buddies when I was down in Texas and they were asking me about Boston College and I was telling them it's an unbelievable place and I wouldn't change my decision for the world," Jasudowich said.
"I feel like it's a big family down there and that's what I'm all about. That's why I chose to go there and that's what I told them."
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