Patrick Enewally considered making his decision at the Cal State Game last week but it now seems he'll wait until after his official visit to UCLA in January.
Washington, UCLA and Boise State have emerged as the top three for the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back and he said recently that he was seriously considering making his commitment at the all-star game played in Visalia, Calif., last weekend.
Since that didn't happen, it must be good news for UCLA fans because now Enewally wants to take his official trip with the Bruins in January and then make his college choice. At least that keeps the local team within striking distance.
"I'm just weighing my options right now," Enewally said. "My top three is Washington, Boise and UCLA. Those are the ones that are highest on my list.
"I'm looking forward to [the UCLA visit] in January. I'm not sure about my decision yet."
Enewally, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect, was seen wearing a Washington sweatshirt around the Cal State Game festivities last weekend, a sign the Huskies could hold favor in his recruitment.
His visit to Washington definitely went well so the Huskies have to possibly be considered the frontrunner heading into the New Year.
"It was nice," Enewally said of his official visit.
"I loved it out there in Seattle. I felt I could see myself there. There was a lot of camaraderie between the players and the coaches. I liked them and I got along with everybody. I liked watching the practice. It was up-tempo and good to see. They were giving me little pointers on everything."
Enewally is expected to visit UCLA the weekend of Jan. 18 and then make his commitment soon after that trip.