"It was great," Deommodore Lenoir told Dawgman.com shortly after returning home from his visit to Seattle. "I thought Washington had a great chance at the win, but I didn't think it would be what it ended up being (a 49-3 UW win).
"I think the most exciting part of the trip for me was the gameday experience inside Husky Stadium and also getting to sit down and talk with coach (Jimmy) Lake and coach (Chris) Petersen.
"They said they thought I would fit in well as a Dawg."
Overall, Lenoir said the trip was a success regardless of the fact that the weather wasn't exactly ideal.
"I've played in cold weather before, so it's not really a big deal," Lenoir noted.
Lenoir is one of the top cover-corners on the West Coast and he has the offers to prove it with schools like Arizona State, Boise State, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Miami, UCLA, Utah and Washington State among others extending offers his way.
While he's not ready to name a leader, Lenoir said he's hoping to make another trip back to Seattle.
"I'm not sure if I will take any other unofficials this season, but I'm thinking about coming back for the Apple Cup over Thanksgiving weekend when they play Washington State," Lenoir said.
So far this season, Lenoir has 34 tackles, five tackles-for-loss, one interception and three pass breakups.
Salesian, 5-4, wraps up their regular season this weekend with a game against Harvard-Westlake Friday night.