Boston College Football Preseason Practice Report No. 7

Boston College Football Preseason Practice Report No. 7

Eagles hold final practice before Saturday’s first scrimmage of training camp

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The Boston College football team completed its seventh practice of training camp inside the Fish Field House while finishing the last three periods at Alumni Stadium. The Eagles mixed the practice with some live periods with the threes while going through a mix of 7-on-7 work and red zone.

Third down drills started with sophomore quarterback EJ Perry finding senior wide receiver Jeff Smith, who slipped through the secondary to go the distance down the sideline causing WR coach Rich Gunnell to chase him the length of the field in celebration. Smith went 55 yards for the score.

Offense vs. Defense: Redshirt freshman wide receiver Noah Jordan-Williams got into the mix early with a reception over the DB on a 25-yard gain… sophomore running back Ben Glines continued to make positive gains in the run game, spelling sophomore AJ Dillon in plays with the first team offense… Glines later caught a ball in the flat and took it in from the five for a score… Perry found senior Michael Walker in the corner of the end zone, but senior Taj-Amir Torres forced him out of bounds for the incompletion… redshirt freshman cornerback Tate Haynes broke up a pass, swatting the ball away at the goal line.

Inside Alumni Stadium: Ahead of Saturday’s scrimmage, the first of training camp which will take place Saturday, the Eagles moved on to their game field for the conclusion of practice… sophomore WR CJ Lewis picked up where he left off indoors; making critical first down catches for the second team offense… junior safety Mehdi El Attrach broke up a pass on the red zone that was intercepted at the one by true freshman CB Elijah Jones… senior Colton Lichtenberg was true on a 42-yard field goal.

Notes: Former BC All-America offensive lineman Chris Snee was one of two Jacksonville Jaguars’ scouts to attend practice Friday … sophomore quarterback Anthony Brown was sharp during the first period of work during 7-on-7 in the red zone, finishing 4-of-5 passing with completions to senior WR Elijah Robinson, senior TE Tommy Sweeney, sophomore RB Travis Levy and sophomore WR Christian McStravick … junior running back Andrew Strader made a leaping grab down the sideline as he beat the linebacker in coverage … true freshman defensive tackle Kyiev Bennermon had a sack during work with the third team Friday … McDonald connected on two touchdown throws during red zone work to McStravick and true freshman running back David Bailey.


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