Class of 2023 quarterback Sean Boyle gets offered by Rutgers football

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Sean Boyle became the first quarterback offered in the class of 2023 by Rutgers football. The three-star from Charlotte tweeted about the offer on Saturday afternoon.

Boyle committed to Charlotte last November. At the time of his decision, he made a social media announcement where he called himself “100% COMMITTED!”

The offer from Rutgers is the first from a Power Five program for Boyle. In addition to Charlotte, Boyle also holds reported offers from Arkansas State, UConn, Memphis and South Florida.

Conventional wisdom held that Rutgers wouldn’t offer a quarterback in this recruiting class after receiving a commitment from four-star quarterback Gavin Wimsatt last year.

Boyle has a good, strong arm. He makes quick and accurate reads, has good footwork and moves outside of the pocket well. He is a three-star according to Rivals.

Last season as a junior, Boyle completed 52-of-90 passes for 800 yards with seven touchdowns and two interceptions. He also had 179 rushing yards on 24 rushing attempts and two rushing touchdowns.

Boyle tweeted about the offer from Rutgers football on Saturday afternoon.

 

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Charlotte Catholic finished last season 7-3.

On Thursday, Rutgers football landed their fifth committment for their 2023 recruiting class in tight end Logan Blake. A standout athlete who is set for a post-graduate season at the Hun School (Princeton, N.J.), Blake is the No. 13 prospect in New Jersey according to 247Sports.