PARSONS' CAREER HIGHS
NOTES: Transferred to Boston College from Northeastern following one academic year (2009-10) with the Huskies ... a versatile athlete who switched from defensive end to tight end prior to the 2012 season.
2013 (JUNIOR): Played and started in all 13 games ... caught a career-high two touchdown passes for a total of 23 yards against Florida State (Sept. 28) ... recorded two receptions for a career-high 24 yards and one touchdown at Syracuse (Nov. 30).
2012 (SOPHOMORE): Played in all 12 games ... started each of the first six games of the season - Miami (Sept. 1), Maine (Sept. 8), at Northwestern (Sept. 15), Clemson (Sept. 29), at Army (Oct. 6) and at Florida State (Oct. 13) ... contested 171 snaps on the season as a tight end ... recorded seven receptions for 34 yards on the year ... set career highs with four catches and 18 receiving yards against Clemson (Sept. 29) ... caught first collegiate pass for seven yards versus Miami (Sept. 1).
2011 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Did not see any game action.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted.
BEFORE BC: Joined the Eagles after spending the 2009-10 academic year at Northeastern University ... was listed as a defensive lineman on the Huskies' 2009 roster...at Xaverian Brothers, was elected to the 2008 Super 26 All-State Team by the Massachusetts Football Coaches Association ... also earned All-Catholic Conference honors and Daily News Transcript all-star honors as a senior defensive lineman ... served as team captain in 2008 ... helped lead the Hawks to conference titles in 2005 and 2006 ... played for head coach Charlie Stevenson ... played in the 2009 Shriners Football Classic.
PERSONAL: Craig Joseph Parsons, born April 24, 1991 ... C.J. is the son of Andrea Silvano and Craig Parsons; has two brothers and one sister.