March 22, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Michigan State Spartans mascot Sparty performs during the first half in the semifinals of the west region of the 2012 NCAA men

Michigan State Spartans host Evan Boudreaux

2015 power forward recruit Evan Boudreaux is already receiving some major interest early on in the recruiting process, and he is on an unofficial visit to the Michigan State Spartans this weekend. Boudreaux currently holds two offers from Boston College and Northwestern, and it won’t be long before he adds to that haul.

MSU, UCLA, Oregon State, DePaul, Illinois, Virginia, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin have all shown interest in the 6’7″, 210 pound Lake Forest standout. The visit to East Lansing is especially key for the Spartans, since Boudreaux visited the Michigan Wolverines and likes the program early on. He is an intelligent individual who views academics as important, as evidenced by interest from Harvard and Dartmouth.

Just this past month coaches from the Butler Bulldogs and Wake Forest Demon Deacons visited the top Illinois prospect. A versatile forward and tough defender, Boudreaux can use his size to impose his will upon defensive players in the front court and is also a good shooter.

The Iowa Hawkeyes, Northwestern Wildcats, and Stanford Cardinal received unofficial visits from Boudreaux in September in what was a busy month for the rising PF. Likely one of the top prospects at his position when most rankings come out for the 2015 class, Boudreaux’s recruitment is already one to watch. The visit to Michigan State already adds another interesting layer to the Lake Forest High standout’s recruiting.

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