Loyola’s Eric Eshoo picks Northwestern

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Scout recruiting three-star tight end Eric Eshoo of Loyola saw his recruiting stock rise exponentially over the last month. He picked up offers from Northwestern, Illinois, Ball State, Wyoming, Nevada and others. The Wildcats were one of his most recent offers, after visiting Boston College and Harvard.

“I spoke with the coaches from Northwestern a little while ago when I got back from Boston,” Eshoo said. “They said they like my film and how I performed at their showcase. The coaches watched my 1-on-1’s and position drills.”

After visiting Northwestern, the 6-5, 225-pound prospect knew that was where he wanted to play his college ball.

“After I toured the campus, met with the coaches and super backs and talked with my parents, I knew that it was right for me,” Eshoo said.

Eshoo is an agile, sure footed prospect who turned heads while on the camp circuit. Now he hopes to do the same at Northwestern in the superback position.

“They run a very similar offense to the one I am used to at Loyola Academy, which is moving the tight end around to every spot and being a versatile player,” Eshoo said. “What I like about Northwestern is the campus is on the lakefront and the school has a great combination of Big Ten football and top academics.”

Another thing Eshoo likes is the tradition being created in Evanston.

“I like Coach Fitzgerald and the tradition he has created. I am excited that I will play for my city and my parents will be able to come to the games,” Eshoo said.

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