Daquawn Brown was one of the many prospects at Washington this past weekend and like almost all of them the Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey cornerback enjoyed his trip.
The Huskies definitely impressed the three-star prospect but Brown does not plan to make a decision for some time.
"It was very exciting being up there," Brown said. "It felt like family. It was every bit what I thought. They showed us a great time and I looked impressive at the camp so it was very fun overall.
"I like their coaches. They seem like us because they're very young so they're energetic and entertaining just like us. That's something to consider."
Arizona State held an edge for Brown and now Washington thoroughly impressed the Dorsey standout but Brown said he's looking at all schools the same. No leaders at this point.
"I have no favorites," Brown said. "I look at every school the same."
So far, Brown has offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, San Jose State, UCLA, Washington and Washington State.
Brown, a 5-foot-11, 185-pound prospect, said he and Jayme Otomewo, who was also on the Washington visit this past weekend, plan to take official visits to Washington and Arizona State probably in December.
Possible trips to Washington State and Oregon are also being considered by Brown, rated as the No. 94 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
Washington does intrigue Brown but he still wants to keep all options available.
"Washington has the lead a little bit because I just came from there and I know what it's like on campus but all my schools are even right now," Brown said.