"I received my first BCS offer from Indiana. It was a great moment for me and my family. To have the opportunity to play at a school in the Big 10 is just awesome. Lining up against the Ohio State's, Michigan's, Wisconsin's, that is what all the hard work is about." Boston led Lee County in receiving as a junior, but could project to the defensive backfield where he had four interceptions.
"I have not been to Indiana yet, but I will get up there as soon as possible, maybe with Joseph Byrd who was also offered. The coaches I have talked to and the information I have gathered all make me very excited about their program. I think I fit in there well."
Having watched him live in games, at the 7on7's, and at combines, it is very difficult to project Boston. He is so fundamentally sound on both sides and is just a great pure athlete who loves to compete. "I really don't know where I will play and it does not matter to me at all, I just want to play and will do what it takes to help whatever team I play for."
Next year Tre may play QB, he ended last year playing there and appears to be the best option for 2009, "I like having the ball in my hands, like making plays, if that is what Coach G wants, that is where I will play. I should play more safety as well, but feel I can lockdown anyone at cornerback."
I talked with Tre about how he will make his decision, "Coach G will certainly be with me every step of the way, my mother will have a big influence, and I just want to feel comfortable with the coaches, players, and the University. I am sure I will know when it feels right."
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