TULANE: A three-year letterwinner who has played in 24 career games with three starts... has doubled as a running back and kickoff returner his entire collegiate career... enters the fall campaign as the No. 2 running back.
2006: Played in eight games and eared two starting assignments against Southern Miss and UCF... missed four games due to injury... rushed for 175 yards on 44 carries, and registered a season-long 16 yard scamper at No. 10 LSU... best rushing performance came against Southern Miss when he finished with 51 yards on 14 carries... rushed six times for 47 yards at No. 10 LSU... produced 39 yards on 11 rushing attempts vs. UCF... caught six passes for 68 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown from Lester Ricard at Mississippi State... returned 10 kickoffs for 180 yards with a season long of 26 yards at Houston in the season opener.
2005: Played in seven games, missing four midseason games due to injury... tallied eight rushes for 29 yards and had one reception for seven yards versus Rice... returned five kicks for 72 yards, including four for 44 yards against Tulsa (11/19)... top kick return was a 28-yarder against Houston (10/8)... also recorded two tackles on special teams and recovered a key fumble against SMU (9/24).
2004: Saw action in nine games, including a start against Houston (10/30)... rushed 33 times for 139 yards and two touchdowns and also caught six passes for 41 yards... returned 12 kickoffs for 261 yards to lead the team with an average of 21.8 yards per return... his first career score came on the longest run of his career, a 25-yard jaunt against Southern Miss (9/25)... tallied a career-high eight rushes against Army (11/6), including his second career TD, while adding two catches for 17 yards... top rushing total of 28 yards came in the win over Navy (11/6) on four carries... in his first career game against Florida A&M (9/11), recorded a career-best 44-yard kickoff return as well as a career-long 14-yard reception... had five returns for 92 yards against Southern Miss.
2003: Did not play; received a red-shirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A two-time honorable mention all-state choice and a three-time 1,000-yard rusher... named to 6-AAA All-District team as an offensive first teamer and was named second team All-Acadiana... gained 1,219 yards on 188 carries for an average of 6.5 yards per carry as a senior... scored 146 points to rank fifth in the state... as a junior, he rushed for 1,343 yards on 220 carries with 23 touchdowns for the Class 3A state quarterfinalists... in his sophomore season, he gained 1,447 yards on 234 carries and scored 19 touchdowns... maintained a 3.5 grade point average for his entire high school career.
PERSONAL: Majoring in social science with a minor in psychology... born Ray Anthony Boudreaux, Jr. , on February 27, 1985, in Lafayette, La.... the son of Jean Smith and the late Ray Boudreaux, Sr.... Lennie Smith is his stepfather... second-youngest of seven children... brother, Mike Parker, played football at Southern... a four-time member of the Conference USA Academic Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club... also plays the trumpet.
Boudreaux's Career Rushing Stats
Boudreaux's Career Receiving Stats
Boudreaux's Career Kickoff Return Stats