2015-03-08 09:55:53.0
4-star OT says Clemson is "truly special"
by Tony Crumpton
Assoc. Editor

4-star offensive lineman Parker Boudreaux visited Clemson for its Junior Day over the weekend.

TigerNet spoke with him on Sunday morning after his visit and he said it "was outstanding and the best visit so far."

Boudreaux said the reason it was the best visit was that "they treated me amazing, it felt like home, amazing culture around the program, family atmosphere and obviously the most genuine coaches."

Recruits usually talk about Clemson's wonderful family atmosphere but was asked what does that truly mean?

"The people in Clemson care for you and are super friendly and they will treat you right and it makes it feel more like home when there is a family atmosphere," said Boudreaux.

He has one of the highest offer lists in the entire country for a 2016 recruit - 60+ offers and counting. He is very high on Clemson's list of offensive line targets for 2016.

Clemson offered on 9/2/14. He visited Clemson for the UNC game in 2014. He was a member of the Orlando NSFC All-Combine team.

Factors that he is looking for in a school is "really the comfort and if it feels like home and the academics and the people around the program."

An interesting final tidbit - Boudreaux will spend his birthday weekend (this weekend) at Clemson and with the Gamecocks (Sunday afternoon). He went on to say that he is excited about visiting the Gamecocks.

Tony Crumpton can be reached at tony@tigernet.com