The senior wideout had a bye week this past week and that allowed him to travel north for Washington's Friday night game vs. Stanford.
"Everything stood out to me. It was amazing," Bynum said after flying home. "It was so loud in there. That was what really stood out. The crowd helped win that game."
While he was on campus, Bynum got the chance to bond with a couple of the other commits.
"Mainly I spent time hanging out with Connor Wedington and Hunter Bryant," Bynum said. "I also was hoping to get the chance to talk to Foster Sarell, but unfortunately that didn't happen."
Bynum said he also got the chance to talk with the Husky coaches.
"I actually talked to them before and after the game," Bynum noted. "They just said they were excited to have me and they couldn't wait until I get there. I can't wait to get there either."
Bynum chose Washington over offers from Michigan, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, UCLA and USC among others and hasn't wavered.
Bynum said he is planning to visit Seattle for the USC game November 12th and that he will take his official visit in either December or January.
So far this season, Bynum has hauled in 22 receptions for 231 yards and two scores while helping to lead his team to a 4-1 record.