Enewally Names Top Three

The Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr cornerback, Patrick Enewally, has three schools standing out...

VISALIA, Calif. -- Patrick Enewally arrived at Cal State Media Day dressed head-to-toe in Washington purple, black and gold, but maintained that it was not, in fact, a sign of where he will be spending his college career.

"No clues, just gear," said the three-star cornerback out of Cerritos (Calif.) Gahr.

Enewally is fresh off of an official visit up to Seattle on the weekend of Dec. 14, and the week before that, he paid an official visit to Boise State.

"They like that I'm versatile," Enewally said of the Huskies. "I'm a big corner who can jam receivers and play off. I can do everything."

Enewally also has a close relationship with defensive backs coach Keith Heyward, his primary recruiter.

"He's a really cool dude," Enewally said. "He's going to be up-front with you and tell you why he'd like to use you and have you come to the school."

Enewally maintains that he does not have a leader, but named a top three of Washington, Boise State and UCLA.

"They're schools that are on the rise, and for the next few years, I think they'll be great programs that can compete for a BCS championship," Enewally said.

After the holiday dead period, Enewally will be hosting in-home visits from the Bruins and other schools, but he also revealed that, before the dead period, he had in-homes with Washington and Boise State, but also Colorado, with a new suitor coming out of the blue as well.

"Boise and Washington were really good, and Cal's looking to come and make an in-home visit, too," Enewally said.

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