“By Wednesday I would like to alert all of the coaches,” says UMass OL transfer Jack Driscoll, who graduates from the Minuteman campus on May 10. “There is a lot of paperwork that needs to be filled out, and the sooner I can get all of it done the sooner I can start finding a place to live and all of that good stuff.”
The coaches waiting for the good or bad news from the 6-5, 300 pounder will be from USC, UCLA, and Auburn. “I feel like all three of the schools would be a good fit.”
Driscoll, a 20-game starter, has played both OG and OT at UMass. Last season he was a redshirt soph, so he has two years of eligibility left.
247Sports only ranked the Madison, Conn. native as a two-star 2015 prospect, who was further labeled as merely the 2,277th best prospect in the nation and the 223rd best tackle. Another example of stars not meaning much sometimes. It’s just hard to tell when.
Update: Driscoll has decided to attend Auburn where he will pursue his MBA. Auburn wanted Driscoll very badly and starting QB Jarrett Stidham was his player-host on his recent visit with his parents. Clearly, the Tigers see Driscoll as someone capable of protecting Stidham.