Boston College Spring Football Notebook Practice No. 2 (Feb. 26, 2019)

Boston College finished its second practice of the spring inside Fish Field House on Tuesday. The two-hour workout featured the team in just helmets as the Eagles continued to focus on fundamentals while also incorporating more 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 action.

Here are some notebook items from day two of spring practice:

New England Patriots quarterback Brian Hoyer was able to utilize the BC weight room inside the Fish Field House before he took part in watching the second practice of the spring … ESPN Monday Night Football play-by-play announcer Joe Tessitore was also able to check out spring practice No. 2 … BC did more work in 7-on-7 situations and some 11-on-11 action Tuesday with both sides of the football making plays … cornerback Brandon Sebastian showed an excellent break on the ball to break up the first pass of the day during 7-on-7 work …

BC used several different wide receiver groups with Ben Glines, Kobay White, Noah Jordan-Williams, Travis Levy and Elijah Robinson also see extended reps on the outside … Levy and Glines also showed the capability of still lining up at running back for a few plays as well during Tuesday’s practice … first-team quarterback Anthony Brown sprayed the ball around to several different receivers, completing passes to Jordan-Williams, tight end Jake Burt, White, tight end Christian Garrison and to running back AJ Dillon coming out of the backfield …

Dillon displayed soft hands and looks to be another weapon in the passing game for the Eagles … linebacker Max Richardson came up with a nice pass breakup during 11-on-11 work … defensive backs Tyler Days, Elijah Jones and Ben Stewart also broke up passes during team work on Tuesday … all five BC quarterbacks who practiced Tuesday were able to take live reps during team and 7-on-7 periods … quarterback EJ Perry zipped in a nice ball to tight end Hunter Long and hit Levy on a deep route during team periods … Matt McDonald showed some nice touch and accuracy on a completion to Jordan-Williams over the middle for a sizeable gain …

True freshman wide receiver Ethon Williams has displayed excellent hands in catching pass after pass over the first two practices. He is quickly showing why he is Maryland’s all-time scholastic leader with 53 career touchdown receptions.

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