At all three camps, he had his first opportunity to see competition from outside the area and receive feedback from college staffs.
"Louisville, I got a little bit of feedback, but not much. Kentucky I got a little more. They said they liked my performance. I probably had my best performance at Eastern."
West played left tackle last season for Christian, but could project to other spots along the line. He has began thinking about his recruitment and one important factor is location.
"Definitely staying close is a big option, but it depends on who is interested," he admitted.
West says he is very familiar with Kentucky, as his dad went to school there (but did not play football) and he is only a stone's throw away from campus.
The Wildcats have the proximity advantage, but West says that is just one factor he is considering.
"I'm definitely looking at the possibility to play early and if the school has a winning program or not."