by Mark Clements
October 25, 2010 – They say quarterback is one of the toughest transitions to make to the collegiate level.
Belaire High School quarterback Kyle Boudreaux is trying to make his case to prove he’s worthy.
The senior said he has narrowed his college list down to three schools.
“I’m interested in ULL or LSU and ULM has recently asked me for a highlight tape,” Boudreaux said.
Of the three Louisiana schools, Boudreaux said ULL tops his list.
“I’m going on a trip to go over there on Nov. 20 to go visit the campus,” he said. “I won’t say it’s definite, but most likely [I’ll go to ULL].”
Boudreaux has attended a Louisiana Tech combine along with camps at ULL and ULM. He also went to the national underclassmen combine held in Zachary, La. last summer.
At 6’1”, 180, the long time Saints fan said he tries to mimic his game after a fellow six footer in Drew Brees.
“The way he presents himself and his footwork,” Boudreaux said. “I always try to stand tall because I’m not that tall. I like the way he uses that.”
In the weight room, Boudreaux benches 210, squats 385 and cleans 210 while running the forty in 4.9 seconds.
He also said there’s one big game he circles on the schedule every year – Glen Oaks High School.
“It’s always somebody’s homecoming, which means that a lot of people will be there and you never know who’s going to be there,” Boudreaux said. “It’s a lot of hype during the week.”