- Jared Shanker, ESPN Staff Writer
Three-star running back LeShun Daniels (Warren, Ohio/Warren G. Harding) knew there was a possibility Boston College coach Frank Spaziani would be fired at the end of the season, so he has been bracing himself.
The news came down Sunday as Boston College fired Spaziani. Daniels is committed to the Eagles.
"I knew that there was a possibility, and that's part of being a coach," he said. "It happens and you can't worry or think about it."
Daniels said he remains committed to Boston College despite the coaching change, although he will keep his options open.
"I chose BC because it's a good school, in a real good area, nice facilities -- that's why," Daniels said. "... I'm still committed 100 percent, but I'm going to look at a few other things. But for now I am."
Boston College hosted Daniels for his official visit back in September, but he said he would like to unofficially visit once a new coach is hired.
Daniels took an unofficial visit to Penn State this season, and the Nittany Lions are interested but have not offered. Akron and Bowling Green have extended offers to Daniels.
Daniels does not have any programs in mind that would make him change his commitment status at the moment.
"I don't have a list right now," he said. "We'll have to see what happens."