Corona (Ca.) Centennial CB Kentrell Love enjoys the gameday experience at his future home

Corona (Ca.) Centennial CB Kentrell Love took a trip to Montlake last weekend and he told he enjoyed the gameday experience at his future home...

"I had a great time," Kentrell Love told shortly after returning home. "I love it. I really enjoyed myself."

Last weekend was the first time Love had been to Montlake for a game and even though the Huskies lost, he said he was impressed with the atmosphere.

"It was loud in there (Husky Stadium)," Love said. "It's too bad we couldn't get the win because I think the team fought hard, but the fans were into it and it was a good game overall just from being exciting and we had a chance to get that win at the end.

"The team is pretty young. There are a lot of guys playing that are either first or second-year guys, so you have to just grow and learn and I know they will and they will be better for it."

Love committed to Washington over the summer over offers from several other schools and he said while those same programs have continued to pursue him, he remains 100% committed to the Dawgs.

"A lot of those schools have still kept in contact, but I am a Husky," Love said. "I have a great relationship with coach (Jimmy) Lake and I have gotten to know some of the players there, plus I think we are going to have a really good class this year and it's only going to get better up there."

Love did get a chance to talk to the two official visitors on campus over the weekend - Byron Murphy and N'Keal Harry - but said he didn't put any pressure on them.

"They need to make the decision that is best for them," Love noted. "I just told them why I committed and that they have to choose the right place for them."

Love is a starter on one of the top teams in the country and so far this season, he's posed 19 tackles from his corner position. He and his teammates will take on Valencia (Ca.) this weekend. Top Stories