"It was a real good visit," the understated McGary told Dawgman.com. "I'm completely worn out right now. I just got back home and man, I have a lot to think about with all of my great choices.
"Honestly, I'm going to take a few days off from recruiting and just think about things and talk things over with my family. I have some great choices on where I can play in college and they all have their pluses and minuses, so it's going to be tough to make this decision."
As far as his trip to Washington, McGary said he spent a lot of time with the offensive line.
"Ben Riva was my host for the first night and then the second night, it was the rest of the offensive line really," McGary said. "They just had me hanging out with guys who were just like me kinda. They liked the same stuff I like and do what I do."
McGary said his favorite part was spending time with the players.
"I have been up to see that campus and those facilities so many times, I sorta know my way around already," McGary admitted. "So, mostly, it was cool just to get a feel for the team and the players and what it would be like if I was to sign with them.
"Another cool thing was getting to finally meet with coach (Chris) Petersen. When he was at Boise State, the only coach from there I had ever met was coach (Jonathan) Smith, so it was nice to sit down with (coach Petersen) and get to know him a little bit better."
As far as a timeline, the 6'8", 285-pounder admitted he has no clue when it could or will happen.
"I'll think on it for a couple of days, but after that, I am not sure when it will happen. It could be in a couple of days or on Signing Day (February 5th). I'm just not sure right now," McGary acknowledged.
We will have more from McGary as he gets closer to making his decision over the next 10 days.
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