Before his visit to Arizona this weekend, Kwesi Mashack was not certain he would commit.
The Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta defensive back wanted to check out the new facilities, that was the main purpose for the trip anyway, and meet with the coaches.
Mashack loved it all and decided to commit to the Wildcats on Saturday night.
"First off, they run a 3-3-5 defense and I'll have the opportunity to start as a true freshman," Mashack said. "They said that coach (Rich) Rodriguez is a really good guy and everything is fair. If you're good, you'll get a chance to play so that really stood out to me."
One of the reasons Arizona had so many prospects on campus this weekend is because the Wildcats were unveiling their new facilities.
Mashack, a built 5-foot-9, 186-pound recruit who looked good this summer playing with B2G, said he loved everything about the facilities, the field and the program. He got along well with the coaches and the players and said it all seemed like the right fit.
"Their new facilities that they just built, it's really tight," Mashack said.
"Everything about the field and the facilities is the best I've seen out of all the colleges I've been to this summer. I really liked all the coaches, the players are friendly so it's really nice."
Fresh off his commitment, Mashack is happy recruiting is pretty much over but he might take other visits this fall. Hawaii has also offered and many others are showing interest but Mashack seems thrilled right now that he's headed to the Pac-12.
"I'm not sure yet (about visits)," Mashack said. "That's stuff I have to talk with my parents about."