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Stone Bridge's Rositano Commits to Boston College

By Paul Tenorio

Stone Bridge senior Spenser Rositano was offered a scholarship by Boston College on Monday and accepted, giving a verbal commitment to the Atlantic Coast Conference program.

Rositano has played a do-it-all role for the top-ranked Bulldogs (11-0), seeing time at wingback, receiver, safety, punt returner, quarterback and kicker.

This season, the 6-foot-2, 200-pound senior has 16 receptions for 423 yards and three scores, while also registering 44 tackles (33 solo) in the regular season. Rositano also has four interceptions, two returned for touchdowns, and two punt return scores.

"He's the best all-around player we've ever had," Stone Bridge Coach Mickey Thompson said. "He'll be a great college safety. He's like [current Virginia Tech linebacker Jeron] Gouveia[-Winslow] was for us, but he can kick, so that puts him over the top as the best one overall. He can do everything."

By Paul Tenorio  | November 15, 2010; 3:20 PM ET
Categories:  Boston College, Stone Bridge  
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