Boston Talks Recruiting

Few players in Florida produced on both sides of the ball like Tre Boston in 2008. With 43 catches for 736 yards and 5 scores as a WR, he led Lee County in receiving. He showed those ball skills on defense where he reeled in four interceptions.

Boston is being looked at as an athlete on the recruiting trail, "I have offers from Indiana, Purdue, Minnesota, Western Kentucky, and Middle Tennessee State right now. We had a number of schools come through here this Spring and I think they liked what they saw. I'm excited about the opportunities that I have right now."

The big question with Boston is where he will play at the next level, "Some schools like me at WR, others at DB, it does not matter to me, I can play either. Later in the process when I have had a chance to see the universities and build a relationship with the coaches, I will just have to see where they really want me to play. Who knows though, a school may like me at wide receiver, then move me to DB when I get on campus, or vice versa."

Boston is getting ready for their Spring Game next Friday night vs. Lehigh, "I am playing QB and safety next year. Coach G wants the ball in my hands as much as possible, I look forward to the challenge. I think I can make some plays from the safety spot as well."

It will be a busy June for Boston who plans on getting out and seeing some of the schools that are interested in him, "I am visiting Indiana, Pittsburgh, and will go to the Ohio State camp. I am hoping to get to as many schools as possible while I am up there."

After a huge junior campaign, Boston only has one goal for 2009, "We have a rich tradition of winning at this program, our fans expect us to win, I want to get to the playoffs, and see if we can't string some wins together once we are there. We have had a great Spring thus far, the team is focused, and we know what Coach G expects from us." North Ft. Myers will compete in 3A in a District that features Ft. Myers, S. Ft. Myers, Riverdale, Bishop Verot, and Mariner.

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