Dominic Fredrickson recently embarked on another round of unofficial visits and one school that has not offered him yet impressed him the most.
The Oakley (Calif.) Freedom three-star lineman took trips to Arizona, Arizona State and Boise State and it was the Broncos that stood out. The Pac-12 schools were certainly impressive, no doubt, but Boise's campus and coaching staff really made the biggest move for him.
"I was talking to coach (Bryan) Harsin and they said they were going to wait to offer interior players," Fredrickson said. "They haven't offered many centers yet so that's how it's going.
"I loved Boise. It was nice, the area was really nice and the school itself was a beautiful place. The coaches were really cool, too."
Boise State stood out the most but Fredrickson, who looked good at the RCS Northern California, is definitely enamored with ASU and Arizona as well.
"ASU was cool," Fredrickson said. "I got to talk to the coaching staff and I got to know them a little bit more. They're redoing a lot of their facilities so that's a good thing.
"U of A had great facilities. They were ridiculous and I really liked them. The coaching staff was really cool. I got to go over their schemes and I talked to coach (Rich Rodriguez).
"All of them stood out but if I had to say one I'd say Boise State. The overall feel I got for it I liked it a lot."
Arizona and Boise State still have not offered but the Oakley Freedom recruit is not rushing a decision. He's more focused on his team at this point and then plans to figure out his recruitment later on.
"I'm going to take a break for the next couple weeks," Fredrickson said.
"Our team camp is coming up and I won't be going to any more camps. After that I'll start talking to all the schools that have offered me and see where I'm at down the road."