A look ahead, featuring each Boston College's opponents of the regular season
LB Divitto (Jets), DL Edebali (Saints), OL Patchan (Bucs), QB Rettig (Packers), FB/TE Sinkovec (Ravens) and OL White (Chargers) sign free-agent contracts
Fourteen former players participate; 30 NFL teams represented
Former players wrap professional evaluation event in Indianapolis
Edebali, Patchan, Pierre-Louis, Ramsey and Williams attending evaluation event in Indianapolis
Boston College takes on Arizona in the Advocare V100 Bowl
Boston College vs. Florida State - AP Photo Gallery
Boston College vs. Maine
Boston College vs. Miami
EDEBALI'S CAREER HIGHS
2013 (SENIOR): Started all 13 games ... served as team co-captain ... earned All- Atlantic Coast Conference second-team honors from the league's coaches ... earned All-ACC third-team honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association ... shared the program's Paul Cavanaugh Award with Mike Marscovetra for on-and-off field accomplishments ... finished the season ranked first on the team in tackles for loss (15.0), sacks (9.5) and forced fumbles (3)... tallied seven tackles, including five solo tackles, 2.0 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, one pass breakup and one quarterback hurry in BC's 34-27 home win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 2); forced a VT quarterback fumble with under two minutes to play in the fourth quarter that sealed the win for the Eagles ... registered four solo tackles, assisted on three, charted two tackles for loss and notched one sack against NC State (Nov. 16) ... assisted on five tackles at Maryland (Nov. 23) ... amassed six solo takedowns, assisted on one and had one tackle for loss at Syracuse (Nov. 30).
2012 (JUNIOR): Played in and started 11 games ... ranked fifth on the team with 59 tackles (32 solo) ... led the team in tackles for loss (7.5) and sacks (2.0) ... recorded four pass breakups ... forced and recovered one fumble ... career-high eight tackles against Virginia Tech (Nov. 17) and NC State (Nov. 24) ... posted two tackles for loss, forced a fumble, and tallied a pass breakup against Virginia Tech ... amassed six tackles (1.5 TFL) and a half sack versus Miami (Sept. 1) ... posted six tackles, a fumble recovery, and a pass breakup at Army (Oct. 6) ... recorded four tackles and one sack at Northwestern (Sept. 15) ... seven tackles and a assisted tackle for loss at Georgia Tech (Oct. 20) ... five tackles (one TFL) against Maryland (Oct. 27) ... four tackles (one TFL) at Wake Forest (Nov. 3) ... a half tackle for loss and two pass breakups at NC State.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 12 games; started each contest at defensive end ... registered 27 tackles, including 13 solo tackles on the year ... led the team with five pass break ups ... recorded one tackle for loss and a quarterback hurry ... competed in 699 downs on defense and special teams ... broke up three passes and assisted with one takedown at Miami (Nov. 25) ... contributed on three tackles and hurried the quarterback once at Notre Dame (Nov. 19) ... three tackles against NC State (Nov. 12) included one for loss ... registered three stops at Maryland (Oct. 29) ... recorded a season-high four tackles against Virginia Tech (Oct. 22) ... broke up two passes and tallied three tackles against Wake Forest (Oct. 1) ... posted three solo takedowns against Duke (Sept. 17).
2010 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 13 games; started four games ... registered 13 tackles and one pass deflection ... recorded two tackles in games versus Nevada (Jan. 9), at Florida State (Oct. 16) and Notre Dame (Oct. 2) ... broke up a pass at Wake Forest (Nov. 6) ... made one tackle in collegiate debut against Weber State (Sept. 4).
HIGH SCHOOL: Played two years at Kimball Union Academy as part of the USA Football International Student Program ... earned All-New England honors as a senior tight end/defensive end ... was a two-time All-Evergreen League selection ... named 2008 Evergreen League Most Valuable Lineman ... shared team MVP honors ... scored four touchdowns in his senior season ... helped the Wildcats to an 8-0 record in 2007 and a 7-1 mark in 2008; team captured NEPSAC title in 2007 ... played for head coach John Lyons ... played club football in Hamburg (Hamburg Young Huskies) for head coaches Jens Schuster and Sebastian Schulz ... gained MVP honors as a quarterback in 2004 German All-State Tournament ... played tight end for the German U19 National Team at the 2006 European Championship.
PERSONAL: Kasim Jonathan Edebali, born August 17, 1989 ... is fluent in German ... earned a bachelor's degree in communications with a concentration in Germanic studies in May 2013 ... Kasim is the son of Nesrin Edebali.