Profile - Parker Boudreaux
Orlando, Florida 2016 offensive lineman Parker Boudreaux has more offers that Carter has little liver pills. Saturday Parker picked up his 33rd offer on an unofficial visit.
Parker made the trip up from Florida to visit Georgia Tech. He described the visit as one of the better ones he’s taken so far. Parker’s reaction to the campus was similar to many recruits that have visited before him. “It was different than I thought. The campus is very nice.”
The indoor practice facility and the players’ lounge with the bowling alleys were two of the things that stood out to Parker. “I also liked the coaches a lot.”
Boudreaux talked to offensive line coaches Mike Sewak and Ray Rychleski as well as head coach Paul Johnson. Parker then met with assistant director of player personnel Saeed Khalif. “He was telling me how it is there since he was a former player."
The coaches gave Parker an idea of how the offense works and how he would fit into the offense. “At 6' 4 ½"-282, they feel I am perfect for their offense.” The coaches then offered Parker. “I am very thankful. Georgia Tech is an impressive school.”
The rich football tradition and the talented coaching staff left an impression on Parker. Being able to carry a Tech degree to the business world also impressed Boudreaux. “That carries a lot of weight."
Academics will be at the top of the list of factors that will enter into Parker’s decision. "I want to major in Sports Medicine so having that type of degree will go a long way.” His relationship with the coaches will also be important to Boudreaux. Finally, the tradition of the program will have some part in his decision.
Parker hopes to return to Georgia Tech during the upcoming season to watch them play Miami.