"It was great, the campus was beautiful and all the football stuff was really good," Huhn said. "It was my first time to come up there. The stadium is looking good and I saw pictures of how everything is going to look. It all looked real good. I loved the uniforms, they have all different kind of combinations with the jerseys, helmets and cleats, I really liked them."
The 6-foot-3, 200-pounder says receiving the offer from the Horned Frogs was an honor considering the program's prestige. While the thought of a commitment might have crossed his mind, he admits he still has some looking to do but it is nice to have the opportunity to choose TCU.
"We went into Coach Patterson's office and they just told me that they wanted me up here and that I had an offer," he said. "When you go to a school like this it crosses your mind but I am just glad for the opportunity."
When asked to compare junior day visits to OU and TCU, Huhn said neither stood out above the other and both teams are at the same level.
"I really liked both of them, they're such good programs, everything is around about the same level," Huhn said.
Huhn says with visits under his belt to TCU and OU, both teams obviously sit at the top of his list but says neither has the lead over the other.
"I'm getting a little list together and of course TCU and Oklahoma are at the top right now," he said.
Huhn spent most of the day with his recruiter, Trey Haverty, who the safety has built a good relationship over the course of the year.
"I really like him, he's a real cool guy. He's talked to me since last year and he's always been real cool with me," Huhn said of Haverty.