Shady Side Academy alum Dino Tomlin committed to Maryland out of high as a three-star wide receiver in 2019, but he wasn’t able to see the field much during his time in University Park.
Tomlin, the 6-foot-0, 190-pound son of Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, entered the transfer portal earlier this month, and he’s found a new home. 247Sports’ Tyler Calvaruso reported that Tomlin has enrolled at Boston College.
Maryland transfer WR Dino Tomlin, the son of Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, has enrolled at Boston College.
Tomlin caught two passes for 12 yards in 2021. He worked mostly as a reserve WR and key special teamer for the Terps.https://t.co/7SGuoJ9UEv
— Tyler Calvaruso (@tyler_calvaruso) January 19, 2022
Tomlin made his impact mainly as a special teams ace for Maryland, only catching three balls for 19 yards during his seasons as a Terrapin. He’ll have a fresh chance at Boston College to earn more playing time and catch balls from future NFL quarterback Phil Jurkovec — and fellow WPIAL alum.
247Sports rated Tomlin as the 1,172nd-ranked recruit in the class of 2019, slotting him in as the 131st-ranked wide receiver and 23rd-ranked recruit from Pennsylvania after a senior season in which he caught 30 balls for 967 yards and scored 19 total touchdowns.