"It went really good," he said. "It's my eighth year going. I was able to show Coach Stud (Studrawa) that I can possibly play at LSU one day. Hopefully I'll hear back from them soon.
"I did great at center. Coach Stud told me to put on a little weight. I like playing 'tiger ball' (7v7) at LSU's camp. I was able to show my athleticism. I always learn some drills at this camp that I'm able to bring back to my team at Hahnville."
Perrin was joined on last year's Hahnville roster by '12 DB Jerqwinick Sandolph, who signed with LSU.
The 5A Tigers made the playoffs but were evicted on the road in the first round by eventual state champ West Monroe.
"Hopefully we'll make it to the Dome (finals)," Perrin said of the 2012 campaign. "We have a lot of talent and a lot of seniors. We don't have one bad seed on this team; everybody contributes."
Perrin talked more about LSU and also discussed Tulane.
"An LSU offer would be great," he said. "People would be able to say, 'look at that hometown boy.'
"I'm going to keep my options open. I really like every school. Tulane and UL (Ragin' Cajuns) are showing the most interest.
"I talked with Coach (John) McDonell after Tulane camp. He (o-line coach) said he'll be recruiting me hard. I like the new head coach (Curtis "C.J." Johnson). He's from St. Rose, which is near Hahnville. They have a good recruiter, too, in Coach (Mike) Neu."
Perrin is also getting looks from Southern Miss, Florida State and McNeese State. In June he visited FSU but didn't camp with the Seminoles. During his time in Tallahassee, Perrin ran into fellow New Orleans metro area offensive lineman Ryan Hoefeld, the '13 prospect from Brother Martin.
The two Louisiana linemen have drawn comparisons. Hoefeld committed to Florida State this month.