"I had a really good time up there," Sarell told Dawgman.com. "They are good people up there. I always have fun when I'm up there."
One of the goals, for both the Husky coaches as well as Sarell, was forging a stronger relationship.
"There wasn't a lot new for me as far as the facilities are concerned, but it was really great getting to know coach (Chris) Petersen and coach (Chris) Strausser better," Sarell said. "Coach Pete is such a humble coach and he's just so genuine.
"Both of those coaches are great teachers and really humble. They only want the best for their players and I think I started to get a really good feel for them and what they are like."
On the recruiting front, Sarell has offers from Washington as well as Boise State, Eastern Washington, Oregon State and UCLA and he's been hearing from pretty much the every other Pac 12 program as well as schools from the Big 12, Big Ten, SEC and ACC.
"I'm probably not going to go to any other Junior Days or anything like that," Sarell said. "If I want to go see a school, I will probably just head up by myself and meet with the coaches when I am there."
We will have more on Sarell in the coming weeks and months as more and more schools will be dropping by his school to see him.
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