March 19, 2012
N.J. athlete wants a second visit
Myles Nash visited Boston College just about a year ago and while it's been a long time since he has been in Chestnut Hill he still has a positive impression of the school.
The Sicklerville (N.J.) Timber Creek athlete now has offers from BC, Rutgers, West Virginia and several other schools so it's safe to say he has arrived, so to speak, and is regarded as one of the region's top prospects.
Boston College hosted him for a visit last year when he was only a sophomore and that visit is one reason the Eagles are a serious contender.
"I was up there on a visit last year so I know a lot about Boston College," Nash said.
"I visited the whole campus and I really liked it. It was kind of quiet and just a laid back place. I was at the spring game and their fans really seemed to be into it. They play in the ACC and that was another good thing I liked about them."
Is there a chance he could return to Boston College?
"I might want to take another visit up there over the summer," Nash noted.
"I'm hoping to take all of my officials and then make a decision from there."
Nash told EagleAction.com he does not currently have any favorites.
Last fall at Timber Creek he registered 84 tackles, 13 sacks and one interception.
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