IAN SILBERMAN RUMORS

Silberman the first BC player off the board

After being shutout of the first five rounds of the 2015 NFL draft, Boston College’s Ian Silberman became the first Eagle selected when the San Francisco 49ers chose him with the 190th overall pick in the sixth round. The 6-5, 294-pound offensive lineman who transferred from Florida started 13 games for Boston College last season and earned third-team all-ACC honors. Silberman...
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May 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Another Florida transfer and other links

Look for Ian Silberman to transfer to Boston College.— Jason Higdon (@Jason_Higdon) January 10, 2014For the second year, Addazio has shored up his offensive line with one of his former Florida players. 5th year Offensive Lineman Ian Silberman is expected to enroll at BC this semester. Because he's completed his degree, he is eligible to play immediately. Many expected Silberman...
Via Eagle in Atlanta
January 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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