Trip report: Jason Wells

Even though he committed to the University of Washington during the week, Mt. San Antonio DB Jason Wells took a chance to visit Montlake this weekend and he met the coaches and players he will be playing this spring and next fall and he took the chance to re-affirm his commitment to the Huskies.

"It was a real nice visit," Wells said. "It was tight because I got to meet all of the coaches and players I'm going to be playing with next season."

Wells' host was Washington safety Dashon Goldson and the two saw the town and the campus, something that Wells was looking forward to.

"It was really cool," Wells said noting the two discussed a lot of things. "He showed me some of the apartments that people live in and said the place was really nice and it's all about what you make of it.

"He said he really likes it there and all the people are real nice and care about you as a person and as a player."

Wells also hung out with some other players from the deep patrol.

"I got to meet Roy Lewis and C.J. Wallace too," Wells noted. "They were all cool and the coaches were cool too. It was a really good visit."

Since he was a full-qualifier out of high school, Wells is eligible to be on campus very soon and after a quarter at Pasadena Community College (he transferred there following his commitment to the Huskies) he will head north to Seattle to take in spring quarter on campus and spring practice with the Dawgs.

"I'm done with my visits," Wells said matter-of-factly. "I know for sure I'm a Husky and that this is where I want to be. There's no need for anymore visits or to see any other schools."

Wells will have four years to play three when he hits campus and he is being projected as a safety right now, but there is a chance that he could end up playing cornerback with his new team.

"I'll play wherever they need me to play," Wells said. "I just want to win and I want to help the team however I can. I can't wait to get there."

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