"I had a great time," Kuzmack said. "The practice had a great tempo. I really liked how fast-paced it was. They didn't waste any time getting to the different sessions. The players were all excited and hyped up and when there was a big play, they all got hyped."
While he was on campus, the rising offensive line prospect got to meet with offensive line coach Chris Strausser and the two discussed where the Huskies stand in the evaluation process.
"He said he liked me and he wants to get over to see me in our spring practices and watch me and how I play in person," Kuzmack noted. "They still are evaluating me and a few other offensive linemen, so he just said to be patient."
Kuzmack currently holds offers from Washington State and Boise State and he said, in addition to the Huskies, Virginia has been contacting him as well.
"I did go up and visit Boise State for one of their practices and Washington State for their practice," Kuzmack said. "Both were fast-paced and they got a lot done. Boise State is high tempo and they moved around fast from station to station. I had a good time there.
"At Washington State, it was good to see how they did things.They get a lot accomplished and they are smooth in their transitions."
As far as camps are concerned, Kuzmack plans to head out to Virginia for a couple days of their camp while taking in at least one day of Washington's Rising Stars camp. He also wants to hit one of the Nike Regional events and the Boise Elite Camp as well.