"I like the school. I like the campus there at Wazzu. Everything is good about Wazzu," said Westbrook.
Westbrook unofficially visited Washington State earlier this year. He said he's forged a bond with WSU outside receivers coach Graham Harrell and area recruiter Eric Mele.
"Coach Harrell, he's the one who probably stands out the most among (the different coaches) recruiting me. He lets his players be themselves but he always also holds them to a standard -- you know when it's time to work hard and when it's okay to joke around. His coaching style, I like it ... I like Coach Mele a lot, he's great to talk to," said Westbrook.
The WSU facilities were a head turner as well, said Westbrook.
"They haven't gone into detail but I'm thinking they're targeting me for outside receiver, I play the X in high school ... They said they like after I catch the ball I can get extra yards and that I can also go on deep patterns. They like that I'm a bigger bodied receiver," said Westbrook.
In addition to WSU and Hawaii, Westbrook said the two other schools he's hearing most from are Boise State and Eastern Washington.
Westbrook said he had no firm timetable for making his decision.
Westbrook was credited with 29 catches for 554 yards and 11 TDs in his junior season by statewidestats.com. He helped lead Class 2A Squalicum to its first ever state tournament berth this past season.