Sean Harlow has two more official visits set up but the Washington pledge might not take those after his weekend trip.
The three-star offensive tackle from San Clemente, Calif., said he had an outstanding visit to Washington and his commitment is more solid that ever.
Harlow, a 6-foot-5, 260-pound prospect, spent time with the players - an important part of the recruiting process for him - and had a lot of chances to talk with offensive line coach Dan Cozzetto.
Feeling better than ever about his pledge, Harlow said Sunday he's undecided whether to visit Boise State and Oregon State the next two weekends.
"It was fun," Harlow said. "I got to see how the stadium is coming together. I got a lot of one-on-one time with coach Cozzetto.
"The biggest part for me was to see how I got along with the players who are going to be up there when I'm up there so the whole trip was pretty fun and enjoyable."
Harlow, who's been committed to Washington since late July, is leaning toward taking the upcoming visits because they've already been planned. Plus, he's still leaving open the idea of being blown away on a trip and considering other options.
But after such an outstanding official visit to Washington this past weekend, the San Clemente standout might have locked up his new home.
"It confirmed everything more than me doubting anything," Harlow said. "I have a couple more visits but I'm not sure if I'm going to take those or not. I'm going to talk with my parents about it.
"I have Boise set up for next week and Oregon State the following week. We're going to have to reflect a little bit. I think I'll probably take them since they're already set up but I'm not exactly sure.
"For the most part it [solidified the commitment] unless I'm absolutely blown away by the next couple trips I might change my mind. I don't see that happening though. I just have to go to reconfirm some stuff."