Chris had visited Seattle last summer, so he already had a good idea as to what to expect. Dan Howell was Chris' host, but it was Tyrone Willingham who caught Stevens' interest from the get-go. "Just his whole philosophy on life," Stevens told Dawgman.com about what impressed him about the new Washington head coach. "He talked about how I played and how they would like to have me there."
The Huskies like the RB/LB on either side of the ball. "They said it's to me," said Stevens when asked about a preference. "It doesn't matter to me."
Chris was offered again on visit, but did not commit. "I told them that I haven't decided yet," he said. Stevens has one more trip, to Oregon, next weekend and does not have a favorite right now and no time frame set up for his announcement.
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