Patrick Enewally had heard some unflattering things about Boise but once he got to the city and then the Boise State campus, the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back had a great time.
A surprisingly great time and the Broncos have to be considered one of the frontrunners in his recruitment.
"It was pretty good," Enewally said.
"It was really successful. I really liked it up there. It was actually more than I expected. Usually when people talk about Boise they say there's nothing to do out there or it's a pretty boring city but when I got up there it's more than what people say it is."
The three-star prospect said he especially liked the coaches - Chris Petersen and Jimmy Lake stood out the most - and spending time with the players was great, too. That could be a major factor as Enewally gets closer to a decision.
"They are some pretty cool people especially coach P and coach Lake, all of them are great guys," Enewally said. "From the coaches to the players, everybody is cool. I could see myself being up there."
The 6-foot-1, 191-pound recruit who could play cornerback or safety in college said he's planning to visit Washington this weekend.
There is also a plan to visit UCLA in January but the Cerritos Gahr standout said he could make his decision within the next two or three weeks, before he gets to visit with the Bruins.
Whether that's good or bad news for UCLA is still unknown but Enewally said he's firm on making his decision in the coming weeks and then taking his trip to Westwood sometime in January.