Orlando (FL.) Bishop Moore junior offensive tackle Parker Boudreaux is a name down in the Sunshine State that many are familiar with. He continues to rack in the offers and landed offer No. 30 as Minnesota and H-Backs/Tight Ends Coach Rob Reeves extended an offer out on Tuesday.
"I was pretty excited and I was talking with Coach Reeves yesterday," Boudreaux told GopherDigest. "He said that they were going to evaluate my film this morning. I called him about 10:50 today in the morning and he said that I had a offer, so I was pretty excited about it."
"I know that the staff has been there about almost four years and have stuck together everywhere they have went. I know that the academics are really good and I love the stadium, facilities. I know the city is really cool and has the biggest mall in America."
Coach Reeves plans to stay in contact with the big 6-4, 283-pound lineman and told him several things Gopher fans hope resonates with him from their conversation as well.
"He told me to keep in contact with him like every week and I have only been talking to him for like 2 to 3 days now, but I think our relationship will mature every week," said Boudreaux. "He was also telling me that they want me to play either guard or tackle. He also told me a degree from Minnesota is pretty good in getting a job and that they really want me up there for a visit or just a game during the fall."
"I have no idea yet on visiting Minnesota because we didn't really plan on anything, but I am going to try to visit most of the places I have offers from. I want to get more research in and learn more about the school."
Boudreaux already has a lengthy and impressive offer list, but despite that has no favorites at the moment and is just enjoying the process.
"I don't have any favorites or anything," said Boudreaux. "I really love the recruiting process. It is a blessing and I really enjoy everything. I have not thought quite yet when I will narrow things down, but I actually probably will next year around this time."
Boudreaux recently camped at Penn State's second satellite camp and he mentioned that could be his last camp he is going to this summer.