Enewally also knows two more Pac-12 visits and what he wants to do with the fifth trip.
"I was going to visit Arizona (for the USC game), but I'm going to do it after the season, and I'm also going to visit UCLA after the season," said Enewally. "The fifth one will probably be to Vanderbilt or maybe even another new school."
For now, though, Enewally is favoring four schools, with the fifth spot open.
"Really, my four schools are Arizona, Boise State, Washington and UCLA," said Enewally. "And I like Vanderbilt and Northwestern too."
No one leads for Enewally, but he said two coaching staffs have stepped up their recruitment of him.
"No one is standing out, but I have a great relationship with the coaches at Washington and UCLA," said Enewally. "I talk to UCLA a lot, Coach (Demetrice) Martin is who I talk mostly with, and I talk to Coach (Keith) Heyward a lot at Washington. And Dwayne Washington (a freshman receiver at UW, and a former teammate), talks to me like twice a week and he's working on me."
Enewally was at the UCLA-USC game on Saturday, and he was impressed with what he saw.
"It was incredible," said Enewally. "I knew UCLA was that great before the season. They've already been proving themselves. But this was an eye opener to a lot of people."
Enewally said everyone has plans to put him at corner in college, a position he moved to fulltime this season.
"They all like me as a corner, and I definitely want to play that in college," said Enewally.
Enewally is hoping to make a decision before Christmas.
"I'll probably make it sometime next month, before the Cal State Game (on December 22)," said Enewally.