Patrick Enewally has two official visits planned and the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back is looking to set up other ones as well.
The 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect who could play cornerback or safety will visit Boise State in mid-October for the Fresno State matchup and he will also take a trip to Arizona but is unsure of the date.
Enewally has a strong relationship with the Boise State coaching staff and that's one big reason why he wants to take a trip there.
Arizona was the first school to offer the three-star recruit so he said the Wildcats will always remain high on his list.
"I like Boise a lot," Enewally said. "I have a good relationship with the coaching staff and they just got some more defensive coaches. I think they can be a dominant school.
"(Arizona) was the first ones to offer me so they're always going to be one of my top schools."
Hawaii, Idaho, Northwestern, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Utah State have also offered Enewally, who said he could probably name his other three trips but wants to be sure of them before making it public.
No other dates are set yet.
UCLA and some other programs continue to show interest so Enewally might want to wait a little longer before penciling in all the dates.
Since there is lots of time before to decide, the Cerritos Gahr standout does not want to rush anything.
"I want to see if other schools offer," Enewally said.
"The ones that have offered me I'm pretty close with all of them and I could make a decision now. I want to make the right decision."