After spending the weekend in Seattle on an official visit to Washington, Patrick Enewally (Cerritos, Calif./Gahr) was impressed by the Huskies' “family-based atmosphere.”
One week after visiting Boise State, the 6-foot-1, 190-pound cornerback has learned plenty about a pair of potential suitors.
Now he needs to take a step back, though. He needs to take a longer look at the little things that will impact his college future.
“You’ve got to think about the little things,” he said. “People look at the bigger picture, but you’ve got to look at the little things, which eventually benefit you in the bigger picture.”
After the trip, the Class of 2013 prospect said he is still looking at Washington, Boise State and UCLA. He hopes to be able to make a decision soon.
“I will probably make a decision in the next week or so,” he said. “Maybe a week or two weeks, I’m not sure yet.”
As he tries to figure out where he will play next season, those little things he is weighing will have a big impact on his final choice. And once he makes that decision, he doesn’t plan on changing his mind.
“Once I make a decision, I’m not going to second-guess it,” he said.
Enewally enjoyed his time with Washington quarterback commit Troy Williams (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne), USC defensive line commit Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer), offensive lineman Brayden Kearsley (Aloha, Ore./Aloha) and Lavon Hooks (Atlanta, Ga./Northeast Mississippi C.C.).
His host was former teammate Dwayne Washington and the familiar face made a positive impression.
“It feels good,” he said. “It feels like you belong there.”
Now he just needs to take a step back and analyze the little things that will finalize his decision.