N. Ft. Myers CB Interested in FSU

This is the time of year when recruits start to get noticed due to standout camp performances. Tre Boston from N. Ft. Myers is one of those recruits who's seen his recruitment pick up over the past few months. NoleDigest caught up with Boston to talk about his recruitment and to see what FSU is talking about at this time.

Summer camps provide recruits the opportunity to show colleges what they have to offer as a player, and it gives some the exposure they normally don't have the chance to get depending on where they're from. For Tre Boston from N. Ft. Myers High in N. Ft. Myers, FL the chance to head out to camps across the nation has given him a chance to show that he has been flying under the radar so far during the 2010 recruiting cycle.

After standing out at the Orlando combine in March as a wide receiver Boston has done well at Pittsburgh and Ohio State's camps. While those programs haven't offered at this time the 3-star defensive back says he has several BCS programs recruiting him at this time.

"I've been to Pittsburgh and Ohio State and that went well," said Boston. "Right now I have offers from Michigan State, Cincinnati, Indiana, North Carolina, Purdue, Minnesota, Iowa State and a few others."

Boston is interesting as a recruit because of his size and speed. Tre stands at 6'1" and 175 pounds, and he has been timed several times in the low 4.4 range in the 40. Florida State has stayed in contact with Tre and he told NoleDigest that he plans to head up to Tallahassee next weekend for Seminole Showtime.

"I've been talking to Dexter Carter at FSU and he says they like my size and speed and how aggressive I am at cornerback," said Boston. "They invited me up to Showtime so I will be going up there for that. They told me if I come up there and perform well that I have a good shot at earning an offer from them. I am very interested in FSU because it is in Florida and they have a great program."

While the Seminoles look to just be entering the picture at this time with Tre he did say that a potential offer from the ‘Noles would propel them towards the top of his list.

"I'd say right now I am looking primarily at Cincinnati, Michigan State, Indiana and North Carolina right now," said Boston of his top schools. "With FSU they haven't offered me yet. If they do they'd have a great chance of hopping into that category. Also if they did offer I would have to talk to my coach and my mother but I probably would jump on it."

Boston is a recruit fans should keep an eye on. As a junior Boston posted 41 total tackles with 16 solo and four interceptions. He caught 43 passes for 736 yards and five touchdowns on offense, and he was named All-Area First Team DB.

Stay tuned to NoleDigest for further updates with Boston, as well as other recruits expected to be in Tallahassee over the next few weeks for the Bowden Camp and Seminole Showtime.


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