Chris Seisay had been committed to Boise State but once Oregon offered everything changed for the American Canyon, Calif., wide receiver and he switched his pledge to the Ducks.
He thought it was a wise decision and that was thoroughly reinforced this past weekend as Seisay took his official visit to Oregon and hit it off with everyone.
"It was all great," Seisay said. "I brought my parents with me and they saw everything and they fell in love with it too just like I did.
"We really looked at everything. My teammate (Malik Beachum) came with me so that was fun as well. I got to talk with the players, I got to know them a lot better, and it was just a great trip overall."
From the beginning to the end, Seisay said he had an outstanding trip to Eugene.
The game-day atmosphere was intense even though Oregon handled Fresno State, 42-25, and the three-star had a good opportunity to spend time with fellow commit Darren Carrington, who was rumored to be considering other options.
According to Seisay, at least, Carrington is full-on with the Ducks.
"The atmosphere was the loudest and most excited atmosphere I've ever seen at a college football game," Seisay said. "All the fans were into the game and there were no quiet moments during the whole game.
"(Carrington and I) were together the whole time. We spent a lot of time together this trip. He said he's 100 percent Oregon."
The realization has set in for Seisay, who shined at the Oakland NIKE Camp this spring, that this is his future. Everything he loved about Oregon is not just a weekend trip but next year he will be a part of the program.
He couldn't be more thrilled.
"It just made me think all the players that are there, we're all going to be teammates next year," Seisay said. "I'm just excited to go back and play football there and just live there."