"It went well," Ewing said. "I enjoyed the campus and had an opportunity to meet a lot of good people."
Ewing had the opportunity to look at numerous parts of Arizona's campus in addition to meeting some of the current team.
"We toured the campus and then went to all of the educational offices and everything," he said. "After that we walked the field and saw the locker rooms and saw what they do in the weight room. I then had a chance to meet some of my possible future teammates."
While the loss was disappointing to many, Ewing says it will not have much of an effect on a decision about his future.
"It really doesn't have any effect because I still feel they were fighting to win and they did not give up, so it does not mean much," he said.
As far as a decision goes, there is one school that Ewing would like to see offer, but his focus is mostly on Arizona at this point.
"I want to wait and see what other offers I get, but I will probably go ahead and commit to Arizona," Ewing said. "I would say a week or two maybe before I make a final decision, but Arizona is the leader. There is no particular school I am waiting for, but Texas A&M would be an offer I would want."
As for what Ewing would add to a program, he says numerous schools are telling him similar pitches.
"I have been told that I have high character and would fit in well," he said. "Schools tell me I can do many things on the field."