It's been a busy weekend for Tre Parmalee.
It was a big deal, because though Parmalee is committed to the Huskies he's visited the DeKalb, Ill. campus just once before, and then only briefly.
This time, he got a chance to really take everything in – and the trip was a hit. After touring the facilities and the campus, he got a chance to spend a little more one-on-one time with the staff.
"I went up there and met my future teammates and everything," Parmalee said. "My future coaches. And we all got to talking."
Saturday, word began to spread that Parmalee had been offered by newly-minted Kansas head coach Charlie Weis.
Sunday, Parmalee got a phone call from the new head of Jayhawks football.
"Obviously, I know him, because of my dad and all that," Parmalee said, of Weis. "He's kind of like my second dad."
Weis wanted to know his thoughts on the offer, and whether or not he might be interested in taking a visit.
It's given Parmalee something to think about, but nothing has been set up as of yet. He wanted to make sure he had a chance to discuss the new offer with his family.
"As of right now, I don't know," he said. "My dad hasn't even gotten back (from Kansas City's Sunday game in New York). He knows about it."
As a senior in 2011, Parmalee hauled in 82 passes for 1,184 yards and 15 touchdowns.