Infield? Outfield? It didn’t matter. David Dudeck was a five-tool player on his high school baseball team at The Hun School in Princeton, N.J., who batted and threw righthanded. So it was never an issue where he was penciled into the lineup, because all he wanted was a chance to contribute.
“I played all over,’’ said Dudeck, now a 5-foot-11-inch, 190-pound utilityman on Boston College’s football team. “I was getting recruited as an infielder and as an outfielder by certain schools. I mean, it’s just fun. You’ve got to be able to be an athlete to be able to do different things.’’