Boston College loses commitment from 2024 ATH prospect out of Michigan
Boston College’s 2024 recruiting class has taken another hit.
Desman Stephens is the latest prospect to back off his pledge to the Eagles. Stephens took to social media on Tuesday evening to announce that he has reopened his recruitment and decommitted from Jeff Hafley’s program.
Thank You Boston College Staff and Fans for all the love and support. After much consideration with my family, I have decided to re-open my recruitment. I appreciate you all. Go Eagles!
— Desman Stephens II (@DesmanIi) October 3, 2023
Out of Clarkston (Michigan), Stephens is listed as measuring 6-2 and 208 pounds. He is rated 3-stars, the No. 10 recruit in the state of Michigan, No. 39 ATH and No. 480 prospect overall nationally. While ATH is a designation for prospects being recruited at multiple positions, Stephens was being recruited as a defensive back by the Eagles.
Stephens pledged to Boston College back on June 8. He has offers from 18 programs, including Duke, Louisville, Indiana and Purdue.
It’s not immediately clear what prompted Stephens to decommit. He has not shared any new scholarship offers or plans to make campus visits.