Elijah Qualls had only been to one college game before and it hardly compared to his trip for the Washington-USC game last weekend.
The Huskies' commit said he had a great time at the game even though Washington lost and he said the environment was something he won't soon forget.
"It was crazy," Qualls said. "I've only been to one college game in my life and that was Nevada-Hawaii so this was obviously a much bigger game. The fans were crazy. I've never experienced anything like that. It was just tons of fun.
"It was cool. It was another great experience being up there. I had a lot of fun."
The Petaluma (Calif.) Casa Grande four-star defensive tackle loved his trip to Washington and is happy with his pledge but there is a good chance other official visits will take place.
Miami and Arizona are two places considered by Qualls, rated as the No. 21 defensive tackle in the 2013 class and No. 32 in the California state rankings by Rivals.com.
No dates have been finalized yet and it looks like Qualls might wait until after his senior season to take those trips.
He's been upfront with the Washington coaches about his visit plans and Qualls said they were great about it during the weekend.
"They weren't giving me a hard time about it," Qualls said. "They were happy to see me up there and happy that I came to watch the game."
This weekend the four-star prospect who looked good at numerous events this summer plans to take an unofficial visit to the Cal-Stanford game.
The 6-foot-1, 282-pound prospect has also rushed for 476 yards and six touchdowns so far this season.