Boudreaux Likes Wisconsin's Style

Taking an unofficial visit to Wisconsin for the Badgers' last home game, Lake Forest (Ill.) sophomore Evan Boudreaux likes what he sees from Wisconsin and its staff.

MADISON - Lake Forest (Ill.) sophomore Evan Boudreaux took an unofficial to Madison for Senior Day. Spending time with assistant head coach Lamont Paris and head coach Bo Ryan, even a disappointing loss to Purdue didn't damper Boudreaux's visit, as he felt the atmosphere was top notch.

"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.

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