Enewally waiting to hear from UCLA

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - Patrick Enewally recently performed well at the UCLA camp and the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back hopes the Bruins offer soon.
If they get more involved in his recruitment, Enewally said he'd definitely move UCLA way up his list and he'd seriously consider the Pac-12 school.
"They were pretty impressed with my performance and they had a meeting Tuesday and they were really interested," Enewally said. "They said they were going to make me a Bruin.
"It would be really big. The new defensive backs coach Demetrice Martin is teaching great things and it's a program on the rise. They're talking about the future and what they're getting ready to do in the Pac-12."
Enewally, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star prospect, said he thoroughly enjoyed working with Martin at camp and that could play a role in his decision-making process.
"I love the technique they teach," Enewally said. "It's really helpful when I started learning it. It started working and it benefited me a lot."
The Cerritos Gahr standout said Utah, Northwestern and Arizona are also high on his wish list and that he wants to see what UCLA does before he moves forward in his recruitment.
In total, Enewally lists offers from Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Northwestern, San Diego State, Utah and Utah State.
If UCLA offers, Enewally said the Bruins would move up his list in a big way.
"That would be one of my top schools," Enewally said. "Utah, Northwestern and Arizona are also up there right now."