Visits crucial for Enewally

Some believed Patrick Enewally was going to commit to UCLA immediately after being offered but the Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr defensive back wants to take his time.
The 6-foot-1, 191-pound three-star cornerback has a trip planned to Boise State in early December, he wants to visit Washington, UCLA and Arizona and then reach a conclusion on which program fits best.
Taking his time and not rushing a decision is the plan.
"Visits are pretty much where I'm going to find a leader," Enewally said. "Those are pretty much the schools I'm really serious about in my recruitment.
"I want to make sure I'm making the right decision. I didn't want to rush my decision. You never know what's going to happen so I didn't want to rush into something and not make the right one. I have to analyze the whole situation first."
Washington wanted Enewally to visit the weekend of Dec. 7 but that's when the Cerritos Gahr standout is headed to Boise State.
He's looking to schedule the Washington trip and then figure out dates that work for UCLA and Arizona.
Nothing has been planned for either of those Pac-12 teams but the Bruins still have to be considered one of his favorites.
Visits are crucial to Enewally as he gets closer to reaching his decision. A commitment is not expected until all those trips are completed.
"I've been getting them all set up officially so it's looking good," Enewally said.
Not only is Enewally looking to schedule visits but he's also hearing from more teams. The three-star said Vanderbilt and Oklahoma have started to reach out so at this point Enewally wants to take his time.