Jason Maitre of Everett High School is a versatile football player who sees playing time as a defensive back, as a wide receiver and as an elusive kick return man on special teams. He was a big part of Everett’s Division 1 Super Bowl Championship last season and he and his teammates will now look to take this coming season week by week as they try and get back to the top of the mountain. Jason Maitre also recently announced that he has committed to play football at Boston College following his upcoming senior season at Everett High School. This is a huge recruiting win for Boston College as they try and keep the top Massachusetts football recruits from leaving the state and by getting Maitre to commit they definitely show that they are identifying and keeping top talent here in Massachusetts. Maitre attended a prospect camp at BC where he played well and this was followed up with an invitation to visit the BC campus where he was officially offered a scholarship. He had initially been contacted by BC Coach Rich Gunnell following Everett’s Division 1 North Finals win over Andover High School and he subsequently was contacted by BC Coach Brian White. He also says he has established a great relationship with the BC coaching staff and says he loves playing football and will play whatever position the coaches need him to. On his current Everett team Maitre lists teammates Anthony Norcia (WR), Lewis Cine (DB), Mike Sainristil (DB/WR), and Jake Wilcox (QB) as some of the top competitors he goes up against every day in practice. Many of his Everett teammates have also received college scholarship offers and Cine and Sainristil also hold offers from Boston College for the recruiting class of 2019. Jason Maitre is a huge addition to the Boston College recruiting class of 2018 and he should represent Massachusetts very well at the next level following what should be another very exciting year at Everett High School.