Darius Allensworth had already taken an unofficial visit to Wisconsin and he has just returned from his official trip where things went well.
The Romoland (Calif.) Heritage four-star cornerback is still committed to Cal and plans to stick with that pledge unless something happens with the Golden Bears, he said, but Allensworth had a great trip to Wisconsin and said he'll consider it as his recruitment moves forward.
"It was a great atmosphere and I'm glad I took it," Allensworth said.
"The coaches, the players and the fans were unbelievable out there. They said to keep them in mind. I know they want me and I kind of connected with them a lot. I got a better relationship with the players and the coaches so it was really nice."
Allensworth, who was committed to Arizona early in the recruiting process, has been a Cal pledge since mid-August. He said the commitment still stands but if there are changes within the program then he would have to consider other options.
That's one reason why the four-star recruit visited Wisconsin this weekend and is planning other trips soon.
"I'm still committed to Cal but I'll still have (Wisconsin) in the back of my mind," Allensworth said.
"I'm going to take a couple more visits and I'm still going to talk to both. I'm still solid to Cal and the only way I'll de-commit from Cal is if something happens there. As of now I'm committed to Cal and Wisconsin is in the back of my mind."
Rated as the No. 25 cornerback and the No. 239 prospect in the 2013 class by Rivals.com, Allensworth is strongly considering other official visits to UCLA, Arizona State and Washington State, where Romoland Heritage teammate Jamal Morrow is committed.