"It was good, I had a good time," Dylan Chmura said of his visit.
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound tight end joined other Northwestern recruits for lunch, a tour of the football facilities, and a quick group meeting with the coaching staff, followed by the big game.
Prior to the game, Chmura and the other recruits walked around Ryan Field, then they took to their seats.
"The atmosphere with the students sitting there—we were right next to them—it was pretty loud," Chmura said. "They've got some stuff to say. Overall, it was pretty fun. It was good atmosphere."
Chmura said most aspects of his visit were similar to prior visits, and the visit lived up to his expectations, but he picked up on one major thing was different from other schools.
"They do focus a lot on academics, I did expect to hear that," he said. "Their facilities were what m expectations were. The coaches are nice which is what I hope to have. It met what I thought they would be at."
Chmura is part of a Waukesha West football team that is now 8-0 on the season. On Friday, they edged Arrowhead High School by a six-point margin—the closest game they have seen this season. The WWHS Wolverines will match with rival Waukesha North on Friday night.