"I had a real good trip," Ross told Dawgman.com. "I really liked the atmosphere and the team.
"I had never seen them practice before, so it was fun watching them practice and prep for their bowl game. You can see all of the work they got in and how 'up-tempo' everything was."
Ross' host on his visit was former teammate John Timu.
"We have known each other for a while and he talked a lot about why he chose Washington and just showed me around," Ross said. "I've been up there a couple of times already, so it wasn't anything new for me, but it was still good to see things again, spend time with the staff and the players and just get a feel for what it's like to be a Husky."
Ross was adamant he is not close to making a decision and will continue on with the recruiting process.
"I want to take all of my visits before I decide anything," Ross said. "I'll see UCLA next week and I will take one more visit after that.
"I'm not sure which school I will visit, but it will be a decision between Washington State, Miami and Wisconsin."
We will continue to keep track of Ross through the recruiting process and will update news as it happens with him.
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