"It's definitely nice to have my decision made and it feels like a weight it off my shoulders. It was a combination of football and the business school there
He visited recently and that helped seal the deal.
"On my visit a few weeks ago, they made me feel right at home," said the 6-foot-4, 238-pound Karafa. "They showed me a lot of love."
Karafa is looking forward to playing for head coach Steve Addazio.
"I'm excited about playing for him," he said. "He's a great guy and very down-to-earth. He's doing a great job and the program is definitely on the rise."
The Stone Bridge standout could get on the field early for the Eagles.
"If I go in and work hard, they said I'd definitely have an opportunity to play early," Karafa said.
With his recruitment out of the way, Karafa is focused on his senior season."Winning a state championship is the main goal," he said. "We just have to work as hard as we can."