Palomar's Boudreaux just waiting for offers

He's part of one of the best secondaries in the country, but Palomar's Chris "Bubba" Boudreaux (6-0, 197) isn't satisfied with what he did as a freshman. The talented defensive back has been hard at work this offseason hoping for a big sophomore campaign and he hopes that will help him realize his dream of playing Division One football...

Boudreaux enjoyed a standout prep career at Centennial High School in Las Vegas and wanted to continue his football career, so he chose the best program he could find.

"The reputation of Palomar is great," Boudreaux told JCFootball.com this past week. "Their program here is outstanding. They have good academics, they work you hard and get you ready to move on to the next level and that's my goal."

As a freshman in 2008, Boudreaux managed to help Palomar to an 8-3 record by posting nearly 60 tackles, one interception and double-digit passes defensed while playing almost anywhere in the secondary.

"I can play anywhere, but I love playing free safety," Boudreaux said. "I can see the field and make a play on the ball when it's in the air. With my speed (4.4) and my instincts I feel I can get it down anywhere."

Recruiting has been pretty consistent for Boudreaux, but he's still waiting on that all important first offer.

"Tulsa and Nevada are probably the closest to offering me," Boudreaux said. "Southern Miss, Eastern Michigan and UCLA have all been in contact too, but no one has offered me yet.

"I am open to everyone and want to take some visits, but I definitely want to get that first offer under my belt."

Boudreaux will graduate in December with his two-year degree and wherever he ends up he'll have three years to play two once he steps on campus.

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