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
Eagles earn national honors at 47th award dinner in New Haven, Conn.
Senior running back a first-team choice on five official All-America teams; Freese earns FWAA All-America second-team recognition
The Eagles defeated the Wildcats, 24-14, in the 2013 season opener in Alumni Stadium.
Boston College vs. Northwestern (9/15/12) - AP Photos
AP photos from today's game.
PIERRE-LOUIS' CAREER HIGHS
2013 (SENIOR): Started and played in all 13 games at linebacker ... earned Walter Camp Football Foundation Connecticut Player of the Year honors ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the ACC Coaches ... shared the program's William J. Flynn Coaches Award with Chase Rettig as the team's most valuable players ... registered 108 tackles, including a team-high 67 solo tackles ... recorded 10.5 tackles for a loss of 56 yards, including 6.0 sacks for a loss of 49 yards ... earned ACC Linebacker of the Week honors after stellar efforts against Army (Oct. 5) and against Virginia Tech (Nov. 2); recorded a career-high 18 tackles against the Black Knights ... registered eight solo takedowns and first career interception - which he returned for a touchdown - in the team's 34-27 home win over Virginia Tech (Nov. 2).
2012 (JUNIOR): Started all nine games played in at linebacker; missed three games - Army (Oct. 6), Wake Forest (Nov. 3) and Notre Dame (Nov. 10) because of injury ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference honorable mention honors ... finished the season ranked fourth on the team with 85 tackles, including 51 solo tackles ... led all defensive players on the team with two sacks for a loss of 17 yards; ranked tied for second among all defensive players on the team with four tackles for loss for 19 yards ... tallied three pass breakups ... registered 10 (or more) tackles in each of four games - against Miami (Sept. 1), Northwestern (Sept. 15), Maryland (Oct. 27) and NC State (Nov. 24) ... recorded a career-high 17 tackles, including 10 solo tackles and one sack for a loss of seven yards, in a 22-17 loss at Northwestern ... registered 14 tackles - eight solo tackles and six assisted tackles - and one pass break-up in the team's 41-32 season-opening home loss to Miami ... also a valuable member of the special teams' units who finished the season having saw action in 760 plays.
2011 (SOPHOMORE): Started all nine games played in at linebacker - missed Maryland (Oct. 29), Florida State (Nov. 3) and NC State (Nov. 12) because of injury ... finished the season ranked second on the Eagles with 74 tackles, including 37 solo stops ... tied for third with seven tackles for loss for 23 yards ... recovered a fumble for 96 yards, the longest fumble return of the season for BC ... tallied four pass breakups on the season ... notched seven tackles, three solo, including 1.5 tackles for loss, in addition to one pass breakup at Notre Dame (Nov. 19) ... was second on the team with nine tackles, including three solo stops, at Virginia Tech (Oct. 22) ... delivered 10 tackles, six unassisted, including one for a loss of four yards, against Wake Forest (Oct. 1) ... returned a fumble 96 yards for a touchdown and forced another, while contributing four tackles, including two for a loss of eight yards, and a quarterback hurry against UMass (Sept. 24) ... tallied 11 tackles, seven solo, including one for loss, and added one pass breakup against Duke (Sept. 17) ... opened the season against Northwestern (Sept. 3) with a career-best 16 tackles, including seven solo stops and one for a loss of seven yards.
2010 (FRESHMAN): Started all 13 games as a true freshman ... named to the Rivals.com Freshman All-America team ... second on the team with 93 tackles and 59 solo stops ... also had three pass breakups and 2.5 tackles for a loss ... made seven tackles, four solo, against Nevada in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl (Jan. 9) ... led all players with a career-high 14 tackles (11 solo) against Virginia (Nov. 20) ...posted 12 tackles including one for a loss at Duke (Nov. 13) ...recorded four tackles and recovered a fumble at Wake Forest (Nov. 6) ... notched first career double-digit tackles game with 11 against Virginia Tech (Sept. 25) ... had six tackles and one for a loss in collegiate debut against Weber State (Sept. 4)
HIGH SCHOOL: Selected as the 2009-10 Gatorade Connecticut Football Player of the Year ... a two-time NEPSAC Class C All-Star ...played middle linebacker and fullback at King Low Heywood Thomas ... recorded 159 tackles, including 101 solo stops, in nine games in 2009; also registered three interceptions, returning two for touchdowns, two sacks, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries ... on offense, rushed for 914 yards and 13 touchdowns on 77 carries; caught four passes for 84 yards and three touchdowns ... finished career with 460 tackles and 10.5 sacks ... led the Vikings to consecutive Fairchester Athletic Association titles (2008 and 2009) ... was a two-year team captain ... played for King Low head coach Danny Gouin ... also played on the school's basketball and lacrosse teams.
PERSONAL: Kevin Pierre-Louis, born October 7, 1991 ... served as an orientation leader for the Boston College First-Year Experience program in the summer 2012 ... Kevin is the oldest of Windzer Pierre-Louis's five children.