Arizona recently had a bunch of top prospects on campus to unveil its new facilities and four-star running back commit Nick Wilson was one of the players in Tucson.
Things went really well for Wilson, who's been committed since mid-March, and he said his commitment to the Wildcats is stronger than ever.
"I went down there and I was pretty blown away," Wilson said.
"I was amazed by the brand-new facility and the practice field they have. I took a previous trip down there before when I hung out with some of the players but pretty much I was blown away."
Wilson, from Fresno (Calif.) Central East, said many programs are still recruiting him but that his recent trip to Arizona definitely helped firm up his pledge.
What also might help keep Wilson in Arizona's recruiting class is that Fresno Central East teammates Devon Brewer and Sharif Williams are also committed to the Wildcats.
"I thought it really did help a lot and make my commitment a lot more solid," Wilson said about his visit. "If I was to take any more visits I would have something to compare it to. Arizona is on a pretty high pedestal when it comes to facilities. I think it's top-notch there."
UCLA is one of the many schools staying involved with Wilson, rated as the No. 25 running back and the No. 222 prospect in the 2014 class.
Wilson is unsure of any visits this fall - and not even certain he'll take any - but the four-star running back said many coaches are staying in touch with him.
"I'm not really sure what's going on in the fall," Wilson said.
"I keep in contact with a lot of the coaches out of courtesy. I want to stay in contact and some of the coaches are coming after me pretty aggressively and we stay in touch. Coaches message me on Facebook so it's pretty good."