"I got an offer from Eastern Washington a few weeks ago," Boston told Scout.com. "Coach (Nicholas) Edwards has known me for a while and he said my improvement year-to-year has impressed him and that he thought I would be a great fit with Eastern."
In addition to his offer from the Eagles, Boston has been talking to several schools including Washington, Montana, UC-Davis and Boise State and recently Washington State began to pick up things with him as well.
"I got invited to Boise State's Junior Day and Washington's Junior Day," Boston said. "They are both on April 9th, so I'm most likely going to head over to Boise State on the 9th (of April) and then set up a time to go up and talk to the Husky coaches just because it's so much easier to get to their campus than it is to get over to Boise."
Boston has also begun to think about what camps he plans to hit this spring and summer.
"I'm going to be at the Northwest Elite camp in early June and I'm planning to go to Boise State and Washington's camps," Boston noted. "I'm planning to go to Central Washington with the rest of my team for our team camp and I want to hit the Nike Opening Regional in Seattle when it comes around in late May."
This past weekend, Boston took part in the Pylon Las Vegas 7v7 event with one of the Rise Sports teams and he said he came away happy, for the most part, with his efforts.
"The first game, I don't know what was up, but I wasn't catching the ball well and I dropped a few passes that I normally catch," Boston said. "After that though, I settled down and I felt like I did pretty well.
"There was a lot of good players there, so the competition level was really high and I felt like I got some good reps and experience out there against some really good players."
As a junior this season, Boston was a two-way star for the Jaguars, finishing with over 50 receptions for 750 yards and seven scores while also posting two interceptions and close to 60 tackles on defense.