Javian Dayne, the son of former Heisman Trophy winning running back Ron Dayne, has made his college choice.
After decommitting from Northwest Missouri State, Dayne announced on Saturday that he will be committing to the Boston College football program.
Dayne made the decision to commit to the Eagles despite never making an official visit to campus.
Once he made his decision, Dayne told the Wisconsin State Journal that he was happy for the recruiting process to be over.
“I absolutely hated the process,” Dayne said. “I was one of those people who wanted to get it over with. I didn’t like the process at all. We did a lot of traveling around. Early on, I thought everybody who had me in for a visit was for me. But as you get older and see more, it was pretty clear who really was and who maybe wasn’t.”
During his high school career, Dayne was a standout for Waunakee and recorded 4,269 yards and 56 touchdowns.
In his final season, the 6-foot, 230-pound running back scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter of the state championship game to help lift his team to victory.