ESPN's Roger Brown is reporting that Boston College High tight end Jameson McShea picked up an offer from UMass this morning.
“Yes, I like [UMass],” McShea told Brown via text message. “I'm going to check it out some more though.”
McShea, who decommitted from Temple earlier this month, said last week that he was considering four schools: Boston College, Dartmouth, Harvard and Maryland. Of the four, Harvard is the only school made an offer. He's hoping he'll know if the other schools are going to offer by Christmas.
The 6-foot-4, 245-pound Cotuit resident played an integral role as a blocking tight end in the Eagles' run to their second Division 1 Super Bowl championship in four seasons. As a defensive end, he was named the Catholic Conference's Lineman of the Year for recording 68 tackles, 12 for loss. He also made ESPN Boston's MIAA All-State Team, as a tight end.