Liufau singled out his time talking with the new coaching staff as a highlight of the trip.
"We had an individual position meeting and I did talk to Mike Leach," said Liufau. "He is a great guy, that was the first time I have met him. From the small time talking to him, I can tell he is a great guy. The whole staff is fired up, they have big plans over there. They are looking to do damage in the Pac-12."
Another highlight for Liufau was the campus itself, both the current state and the construction underway.
"There in the process of rebuilding, they showed us pictures of what it will look like," said Liufau. "Everything is close to each together and walking distance. It reminds me of my high school, Bellarmine Prep, how close-knit it is."
Liufau is hoping for an offer from Washington State, but doesn't know when or if that offer might come.
"I'm not sure, I think there is a possibility," said Liufau. "I was just honored to be there and talk to the coaches. I don't really know what is going through their heads."
Liufau's weekend isn't over yet; he is waiting for some good news later today in the state basketball tournament draw. Bellarmine Prep has reached the final eight and will make a run at the title this weekend at the Tacoma Dome.
"I am going to a teammate's house to wait for the draw, it's my last week of basketball," said Liufau. "It's a big week."
Once basketball is over, Liufau plans on turning his focus back to recruiting.
"I know I will be taking more unofficial visits over spring break," said Liufau. "I'm just not sure where yet. Probably schools on the west coast or western half of the United States."