"It was cool, I really liked it," Austin said. "It was different because of the type of people I got to meet. I just felt real comfortable there."
He was most impressed by the laid back atmosphere of Tucson and how much it differs from Southern California.
"I like the type of people," Austin noted. "I liked how I can go anywhere and not have to worry about anything. I don't have to worry about what color I'm wearing or who is going to be there."
The current players made him quickly feel like he was at home.
"I was most impressed with how the players treated me," Austin explained. "I knew a couple of them there, but they treated me like I was already there. I know I am a recruit but they didn't treat me like one. They answered all of the questions I asked them truthfully. They weren't only trying to get me to go there."
Right now he is listing Arizona, UCLA and Oregon as his three leaders and he still has a visit scheduled to the Bruins. Don't expect a commitment to any of the three anytime soon, because he wants to announce at the Army All-American game in San Antonio in January.