"We had the best wide receivers and best defensive backs in the state," said Boutte, who currently holds offers from Tulane and Louisiana-Lafayette. "We also picked up a couple of players from out-of-state, including Cortez Davis (Mainland HS, Daytona Beach, FL).
"I tied with Davis for the most TDs on our team. He's an athletic freak. The player that impressed me the most was my teammate, Odell Beckham. I've never seen somebody with hands like that. Jarvis Landry played extremely well and he was our key on defense."
Boutte was also impressed with sleeper prospect Cartel Murray (5-9, 175), a cornerback out of Thibodaux.
"I know what it's like when coaches discriminate against a player because of his size," said Boutte (5-10, 175). "They're (recruiters) just hurting themselves when they do that, because there's plenty of short guys that can play. Cartel is a good ball player with good skills."
Murray, in turn, praised Boutte in an earlier interview with Scout.com.
"Devin Boutte is a quiet guy," said Murray, "but he was a momentum changer for us. He answered for us with a reception when we needed it."
Boutte and Murray helped their squad, the Southeast Top Guns, to a semifinal finish. The Top Guns lost in that game to the South Florida Express. The Florida squad, led by QB Teddy Bridgewater (Miami commit) and four-star LB Gerrod Holliman (Ole Miss commit), went undefeated and won the tournament.