In turn, the 6-foot-7, 294-pound Boland said he will attend the lineman camp next month at Rutgers.
"Most of the big schools that I've talked to have pretty much told me that they like my film, and that they would really like me to come to camp, and we could go from there," Boland said. "They like that I'm a two-sport athlete, they like my athleticism on film, and for the most part I think they like my footwork."
A big reason Boland's footwork stands out is because of basketball. He began playing at a young age, and his moves in the low post help develop quick feet.
"I started playing basketball before I started playing football, so a lot of times, especially with pass protection, I put it into basketball terms and it's a lot easier to understand," he said. "It really clicked in my head. I looked at it as cutting off the baseline when the pass rusher was coming."
Boland said he is in constant contact with Scarlet Knights assistant coach P.J. Fleck.
"He's a really nice guy," Boland said. "We talk on Facebook. We talk on the phone, and I hope to keep building a relationship with him. I plan on going up to Rutgers (camp). Coach Fleck wants me to come to the one in early June."
However, Rutgers isn't the only school Boland head to for camp.
"I need to show them that I'm definitely committed to football and show that I'm improving in the raw areas of my game," Boland said. "I'd say I need to work on speed rushers a little bit more. I haven't gone against that many guys that are really, really quick coming off the edge. I think I need to practice a little bit more before going to camp."