"I got to meet David Jenkins. We got really close. Trevone, the quarterback, was cool. I got to meet [Verrett]."
"David Jenkings was my host. He showed me around, and he was my host too. Everything went really well," said the 6'1 cornerback.
As was the case with his visit to Wake Forest, Calvin noted that the coaches will be the ones that stick out in his mind as he makes his decision in the near future.
"The main reason I feel comfortable at TCU is the coaches."
Calvin said one thing he likes about TCU is "the level of competition, and they win too."
"The facilities and the stadium, the coaches, the helmets, the locker rooms--they were great. That's not why I liked it though. That stuff is great, but that's not why I would or would not go there. Me and Coach Jennings are building a good relationship."
Calvin said the TCU coaching staff told him that they would like for him to play boundary corner in Patterson's 4-2-5 scheme.
"They want me to play corner and play the big outside receivers," Calvin said.
The Frisco native says the next step for him is to sit down and weigh his options.
"It just felt really good man. It really did."