"The visit went really well," said Eldrenkamp of his trip to Wazzu.
"I'm going to focus on finals and relax this next week and not do any interviews," said Eldrenkamp. "Just gathering my thoughts and talking with my family."
The trip to Pullman was the first of two final visits that will determine where the highly coveted prospect will play his college ball.
Eldrenkamp's other visit is scheduled for rival Washington this coming weekend.
"I am looking forward to Washington this weekend," said Eldrenkamp.
Eldrenkamp is the only known prospect in the 2012 class that both programs are still pursing at this point and it is shaping up to be a signing day Apple Cup. With no answer coming soon, expect tensions between Cougar and Husky fans to only grow over the coming weeks.
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