"It was a great environment to be in, so it was definitely a lot of fun," Boudreaux told Badger Nation."Coach Paris and me talked a lot about my season this year and we lost unfortunately in the playoffs last Friday, but I had a pretty good year. We talked about how they want to get up and watch me a lot this spring. They are looking forward to going to a bunch of my games."
As a sophomore, Boudreaux has experienced a lot of recruiting and heard from many on what they want for him in the future. After watching the Badgers Sunday, Boudreaux feels like he could be a fit in Wisconsin and its system.
"My recruitment has been kind of crazy, trying to keep up with a lot of it," said Boudreaux. "I definitely like the way Wisconsin plays. I like their coaches a lot and I think they got a really good group of coaches on their coaching staff, so I am very interested in them.
"I think it is a huge plus with their system with me. I think I am definitely that type of player that can pick and pop, but I can also go and bang inside. I think I fit well with Wisconsin's offense and that will definitely be a factor when it comes to making a decision."
Boudreaux is planning on visiting Purdue March 9 for the Boilermakers' Senior Day game and go to Michigan the following day when the Wolverines take on Indiana.