Tate Martell has not been able to do many camps this off-season because his family is in the middle of moving to Las Vegas but the 2017 quarterback did go to one workout.
The new Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman quarterback camped with the new Washington staff and that was good because Martell has been committed to the Huskies since March 2013.
It was a great camp, Martell said, and he absolutely loved working with those coaches.
"I actually have not been able to go to the camps," Martell said. "I transferred to Bishop Gorman so the whole moving thing has been busy. I haven't gone to many camps.
"The only camp I did get to do was the Washington camp. It was on my way out to Las Vegas. It's been crazy because we've been moving all of our stuff."
Martell, who played last season at Poway, Calif., said the Washington coaches loved him and vice versa. The commitment still stands but the 2017 quarterback still plans to consider some other trips in the coming years.
"It was good," Martell said. "When I was at the camp, it was funny, the coaches told me they were really impressed with me before they met me and they said they're even more impressed with me now that they've seen me in person and how I throw.
"They're going to keep the commitment which is good."
Texas A&M is one destination Martell is considering and many other Pac-12 programs have reached out recently. More than anything, he's focused on getting to his new school and competing - and then his recruitment will take care of itself later on.
"It's just been crazy," Martell said. "Once I get out there I'm going to have practice pretty much every day. It's going to be good."