David Dudeck has been on BC's recruiting radar for a while now and he took an official visit to Chestnut Hill over the weekend.
Dudeck has been hoping for an offer from the Eagles for quite some time and the offer came over the weekend.
The 6-foot, 195-pound athlete from Princeton (N.J.) The Hun School didn't wait to jump on the offer, effectively ending his recruitment just before National Signing Day.
"I was at BC over the weekened and I committed on Sunday," Dudeck told EagleAction.com early this week.
Navy had been the first FBS school to offer the Garden State athlete but Boston College was the first school from a BCS conference to offer him. He knew what he wanted to do right away.
"I just felt like BC was the perfect fit for me academically and athletically," he said. "Plus it's ACC football and I want to play at a high level."
Dudeck camped at BC over the summer and he said he worked out on both sides of the ball.
"I worked out on defense with Coach Siravo and I worked out for Coach Ryan Day on offense, too," he added.
"I think Boston College is recruiting me mostly as a free safety though."
Dudeck said he can play the pass or the run.
"I'm good in coverage but I can also come up and stick somebody. I think the best thing about me is my leadership and the fact that I love to play the game. I play with intensity," he concluded.
Dudeck has been clocked at 4.47 seconds in the 40-yard dash.
WANT TO GO INSIDE BOSTON COLLEGE?
Try our 7-day free trial now, just CLICK HERE to start getting the inside scoop on the Eagles and becoming a part of the biggest online community for Boston College sports.