Don'yeh Patterson still does not have any favorites because so much continues to change in his recruitment.
Washington has recently gotten seriously involved and the three-star from Carson, Calif., could schedule a trip up there later this month.
In the last few days, Patterson has met with the Washington coaches.
"It went really well," Patterson said. "They were telling me they were really interested in me. They said they're only recruiting a small amount of players and I'm definitely one of them.
"They're trying to figure out what position I'm going to come in at first. They said either corner or receiver."
The 6-foot-2, 192-pound standout said he's supposed to figure out this week when he'll be able to take his official visit to Washington.
"They're supposed to call me sometime this week and then set everything up," Patterson said. "I think I would go up for next weekend (Jan. 31)."
Patterson said he knows some of the new Washington coaches from their time at Boise State especially defensive backs coach Jimmy Lake. That could become a big factor especially if the Huskies offer.
"I knew coach Lake pretty well when he was at Boise," Patterson said. "He was recruiting me there. I just met coach (Chris Petersen) for the first time in person and he seems like a really cool guy. I've talked to him a few times on the phone before. He seems pretty cool."
Other than Washington, Patterson said Boise State, UConn, Kansas, Indiana, Utah and Vanderbilt continue to show interest as signing day gets closer.