Jermaine Kelly was one of the many prospects at Washington this past weekend and he witnessed the seven recruits commit during the visit.
The Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian wide receiver said it was a big deal seeing that and it makes him consider Washington even more but he's not ready to make his commitment yet.
"It was a great experience," Kelly said. "I had funs with my friends. We just went out there and we connected well with the coaches. We got to meet the academic counselor and she talked about the game plan if we go there. It sounded very convincing.
"It is a huge thing that they committed. We all hung out all night and talked about it, what would it be like if we were on the same team?
"The thought is going through my mind but I have to talk it over with my family and do more thinking about it. I have to take some more visits."
UCLA is also a serious consideration for Kelly, who showed up Saturday at the B2G Elite Camp at Cal Lutheran.
The Bruins and Huskies could be considered two of his favorites but since more teams are getting involved all the time Kelly said he's not ready to decide yet.
"UCLA is like right there with Washington," Kelly said. "I'm not on one side or the other. I'm just taking it all in.
"As of right now I'm just playing it by ear. I don't know how fast it's going to go."
So far, Kelly has received offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Hawaii, Memphis, Minnesota, San Diego State, UCLA and Washington.
The 6-foot-2, 185-pound three-star prospect said Florida State has started to show interest in recent weeks as well.