"I liked it a lot, everything I needed to see, I got a chance to see," said Enewally. "The people were cool, from the players to the whole coaching staff. I was actually more happy then I expected. The city is great, I liked Boise a lot."
Enewally was hosted by another Southern California native, Chaz Anderson, and he got to spend a lot of time with the coaching staff.
"I talked mostly with Coach Jimmy Lake, and we also spent a lot of time with Coach Pete (Chris Petersen)," said Enewally. "Coach Pete is a good person and I know he's the winningest coach in America, and so a lot of people are after him, but he's stable at Boise State. You know, usually when you visit a campus, if the head coach walks up, everyone is like ‘back up', but with Coach Pete, he's like a brother to you. And Coach Lake, we have a good relationship. He's a good guy, he just came up from coaching the NFL, so he knows his stuff."
Enewally will take his next official visit to Washington this weekend and then next month, he'll visit UCLA.
"I'm going up to Washington this weekend, and then I'll visit UCLA in January officially," said Enewally. "Those are the only three visits I have set and the three schools that stand out. I don't have the date for when I'll visit UCLA but I'll definitely visit them in January but I've already been there unofficially a bunch of times."
Enewally has had in-homes with Keith Heyward, Washington's secondary coach and then with Justin Wilcox, the Huskies defensive coordinator. Boise State has had Lake come in and Petersen will come in next week. And this week, UCLA secondary coach Demetrice Martin will come in with Jim Mora expected later."
"I was actually thinking about making my decision at the CalState Game (on December 22nd), but I'm not sure," said Enewally.