Michiah Quick had just returned from the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge in Atlanta and just a few days later he and some teammates headed to Washington's camp.
The trip went well for the Fresno (Calif.) Central East 2014 prospect because the Huskies offered and Quick is definitely interested.
"It was pretty cool," Quick said. "We went up there with five of our guys, competed and showed them what we had. They offered me.
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"It's a big one. That was my first time going to a college camp so it was pretty cool and it was pretty fun."
Quick, a 6-foot, 170-pound prospect who can play wide receiver or cornerback in college, said he loved the Washington coaching staff and that could play a factor as he looks at all the schools recruiting him.
"They were really cool," Quick said.
"A lot of them are from California so it was pretty cool to hang out with some guys who were from where I'm from and know the area."
One team might still be tough to beat though.
Quick said Notre Dame is still his favorite like he said at the Oakland NIKE Camp where he raved about the Irish and his possible future with that team.
"They are still sticking out," Quick said.
So far, the 2014 Fresno prospect has landed offers from Cal, Houston, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA and Washington.