Boudreaux is Nevada-bound

One of the top safety prospects in the California JUCO ranks this fall was Palomar's Chris Boudreaux (6-0, 197), a player who is versatile enough to play either safety spot or even corner, depending on the need of his team. This weekend he visited Nevada and he said once he stepped off the plane he knew he was home.

"It's just the perfect fit," Boudreaux told JCFootball.com after returning from Nevada. "The coaches and the players were great, the city was great, the campus was great. It was just the whole picture, it was all amazing and I'm really excited to get started."

Boudreaux helped lead Palomar to the state semi-finals where they lost to eventual state champion and national champion Mt. San Antonio and finished with over 80 tackles and an interception from his safety position. He also managed to block two kicks as well.

"I can play anywhere, but I love playing free safety," Boudreaux told JCFootball.com over the summer. "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."

Boudreaux chose the Wolfpack over offers from Tulsa, Washington, Bowling Green, Arkansas State and Kansas State. He'll sign his name on the dotted line this coming Wednesday (December 16th) and he'll have three years to play two once he steps on campus.

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