Patrick Enewally had an outstanding visit to UCLA this weekend.
There was chatter he committed but the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back swears that hasn't happened.
It could go down sometime soon, Washington is also being seriously considered, but Enewally said his recruitment stays open.
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"Everything went well," Enewally said of his weekend at UCLA. "It was a pretty successful trip.
"I saw a lot of great things. I had great vibes from the coaches and players. Just everybody behind UCLA is great and it looks like a great place to play football and go to school. It's only on the rise so it's not going anyplace but up.
"I'm pretty high on them."
The 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect said UCLA and Washington stand out the most in his recruitment.
No surprise there but Cal is also making a serious, late push and he could visit Berkeley in the next two weeks.
"I was kind of considering Cal also," Enewally said. "That's what's in the mix for me. I wouldn't say they're on me the hardest but they've come on."
There might not be enough time though.
Enewally said he could announce his commitment at the B2G West Coast Bowl Game next Sunday.
If he chooses to postpone his decision, an official visit to Cal could happen sometime over the next two weekends but at this point UCLA and Washington are jousting for the three-star recruit.