Alex Jackson said he had a better-than-expected visit to Washington State this weekend and it only solidified his commitment to the Cougars that he made back in December.
"It was really good," Jackson said of his trip. "It was probably way better than I expected it to be.
"It was a little bit of everything that I liked. The coaches had good ideas, the players were really cool, the town and the campus were nice and the school is really good. We talked to some teachers and the whole thing seemed pretty good to me."
What really convinced Jackson, a three-star wide receiver from Culver City, Calif., that Washington State was the right place for him was that the offense fits him so well.
During his weekend visit to Pullman, Jackson said he watched some film with the coaching staff and he was convinced he could excel in Washington State's revamped offense under first-year coach Mike Leach.
"It's very appealing," Jackson said.
"We watched some film and got to see what they do in that offense. I think I can really fit into that offense even more than I did before."
Arizona recently offered Jackson, who finished with 55 receptions for 1,083 yards and 12 touchdowns in his senior season, but the three-star said he's not really considering a visit at this point.
The Arizona coaching staff is coming after Jackson and some of his Culver City teammates so he's not ruling out a trip in the next couple weeks before National Signing Day but he said after his trip to Washington State he's content with his decision.
"At this point I'm not really sure," said Jackson, who has also visited Iowa State and San Diego State.
"I'm pretty satisfied with my decision so I could possibly take a visit. I don't have any visits planned yet though."