Williams (NY Giants), Pierre-Louis (Seattle), Freese (Detroit) and Ramsey (San Francisco) selected on Saturday
Named to the All-Big East first team?he, along with Augie Hoffmann, formed the core of the Eagle offensive line that paved the way for Derrick Knight?s to become BC?s all-time rushing leader?started 12 games for the Eagles?recipient of the Mr. and Mrs. John Wisniewski ?50 Scholarhsip.
Started every game for the Eagles at guard as a key part of the offensive line?helped the Eagles finish third in the BIG EAST in total offense and second in passing offense?helped pave the way for BC to have another 1,000-yard rusher ? Derrick Knight at 1,367 yards ? the fifth year in a row an Eagle has rushed for more than 1,000 yards?member of an offensive line that gave up just 13 sacks on the year.
Played in nine games and started the final six contests of the regular season plus the Music City Bowl vs. Georgia?made his first collegiate start against Virginia Tech (Oct. 13) at right tackle and then moved over to right guard for the Pittsburgh game (Oct. 20)?started the final four games of the year and the bowl game at left guard?was named third-team freshman All-America by The Sporting News and was also named to the BIG EAST all-freshmen team by the same publication?helped the Eagles become the leading offense in the BIG EAST in terms of rushing yards and was second in total offense and third in scoring?BC was 18th nationally in rushing offense?has helped pave the way for Boston College to have another 1,000-yard rusher this season ? William Green at 1,559 yards -- the fourth year in a row an Eagle has accomplished that?a member of an offensive line that gave up just 15 sacks for 104 yards this season ? a mark that was the third-lowest in the BIG EAST.
Did not see any action and was redshirted.
Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior at Montrose High School...was selected as the regional defensive player of the year in 1999...was a three-year all-conference choice and a two-year all-regional honoree...registered 47 sacks in his three years as a starter on the defensive line; was also a starter on the offensive line...led his team to the district championship in both 1997 and 1998...totaled 101 tackles in his senior season...served as 1999 team captain for head coach Tom Lucenti...was a two-year all-conference selection and team captain on Montrose?s basketball team...played in the 43rd annual Big 33 Football Classic; the game features the top players from Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Chris Snee, born January 18, 1982?enrolled in the Carroll School of Management?a fine student who was a member of the National Honor Society and French National Honor Society...Chris is the second of Diane and Ed Snee?s four sons.