"They obviously have a great defense and the coaches think I would be a good fit on that team. It's a team that is on the rise."
Ekpre-Olomu, who stands 5-10 190, has been clocked at a 40 time of 4.4. He led the 10-3 Huskies with 19 touchdowns (12 rushing, 9 receiving), as he collected 521 yards on the ground (6.06 yards per carry) and 712 receiving yards. On defense he recorded 38 tackles and three interceptions as opponents tended to not throw in his direction. The corner posted eight interceptions as a sophomore.
"Coaches like my ball skills, footwork and athleticism," Ekpre-Olomu stated. "They tell me that I can play corner or safety and that I play good man coverage. I do need to work on my acceleration out of my breaks."
"I'm open right now to play anywhere," Ekpre-Olomu commented. "So I don't know if I will stay in the Pac-10 or not. I do think that it's the best conference out there and playing against the best receivers will only make you a better cornerback."
"I'm hoping to make a decision before the season ends. I just visited USC and UCLA so far and I want to visit some other schools in the summer and check them out. I'm planning to go to the Arizona State camp since it's really not that far away. I hope to also visit Oregon, Stanford, and Arizona."
The corner who carries a 3.2 GPA said that academics will be the factor that guides him the most in his decision. "I'm looking for a good football atmosphere too," he said.