It has been a busy week for Patrick Enewally and now the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back has a lot more to consider in his recruitment.
First, UCLA offered the 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect and that was followed up by offers from Colorado and Washington.
Enewally, who could play cornerback or safety, said his thinking has changed and over the next week he should start scheduling official visits.
There is one team with a leg up in his recruitment.
"Recruiting has changed a lot," Enewally said. "I have to think about all the schools but UCLA is warm right now.
"It's a great school that's close to him, great atmosphere and a great coaching staff with coach (Jim) Mora just coming in. It's a program going in the right direction, too. (Recruiting) is a lot different than before."
The Bruins might have a slight edge for Enewally but he still plans to take all five official visits. Those could be influential in the recruiting process but UCLA definitely stands out at this point.
Enewally, who shined at numerous 7on7 events this past summer, said he wants to visit UCLA, Washington, Boise State, Arizona and a fifth trip is still being determined.
The Cerritos Gahr standout is supposed to consider his visits in the next couple days and then start scheduling them.
In total, Enewally now lists offers from Arizona, Boise State, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Northwestern, San Diego State, San Jose State, UCLA, Utah, Utah State, Washington and Washington State.