Mikah Holder has been committed to San Diego State since late June but the three-star from Oceanside, Calif., took an official visit to Utah last weekend to make things interesting.
The 6-foot-1, 170-pound recruit has made no final decisions on where he'll attend college but Holder said the Utah trip was really impressive.
"I had a really fun trip," Holder said. "I took my mom too so we all had a pretty fun time out there. It was fun. We went snowmobiling which was really fun being in the snow for the first time. The weather wasn't too bad and I just hung out with a bunch of the players so that was good.
"It was a nice place. Salt Lake is a really cool town. Nothing too crazy happens over there and it's really nice and clean. The people were nice there and the players were really cool so I had a good time."
The Oceanside standout said he also appreciated how the Utah coaches handled him during his visit. They didn't push him to commit but laid out the plan for him and he said he has some thinking to do in the coming weeks.
"The coaches were really respectful," Holder said.
"They were telling me to think about it and to make the best decision for myself. They said I didn't have anything to prove. They didn't make me commit on the spot or anything. They were really cool."
Before anything is finalized, Holder will take an official visit to San Diego State. He said after that trip he plans to look at both programs and figure things out.
"I'm just thinking hard about it," Holder said. "I'm thinking about my decision. I could make mine really soon. It won't take me like a month or anything to make my decision."