Sean Douglas trip report caught up with Sean Douglas, a 6-1, 195-pound punter from Bellevue (Neb.) East Monday for news on his official visit to Washington this past weekend. It was the first official trip for Sean, who also has Kansas, Nebraska and Nebraska-Omaha to see first before making a decision.

"I think it went pretty good, I had fun," Douglas said today. "I had never been to Seattle before and hadn't even really seen pictures of it before. Just how the city is built on the hills with the mountains in sight was something I really like. It was like Colorado. And the water was great too. At night, you could look out and see lights for miles. It was incredible."

Robin Kezirian was Sean's host. "Robin was cool," he said. "He said he really likes it at Washington a lot. He said that the dorm situation is set up different for players and you get to have a car on campus as a freshman, which is cool. A lot of schools you can't do that."

Douglas wants to pursue something in the field of education, but that might change. "It's changed already before," Sean said. "I got a chance to talk to the football academics guy and he talked about the things they have available to the players, like tutors. He said that if you keep your grades up they lessen the tutoring hours for you."

Washington is definitely recruiting Sean as a punter. "To be honest, we didn't really discuss anything about a scholarship," he said. "They told me they would call me in a week to let me know more about their situation.

"I'm kind of glad they didn't offer me a scholarship right away, because I haven't been on any other visits and don't have anything else to compare Washington to. I want to see what my options are and who looks good to me before anybody starts stepping up with offers."

At this point, Nebraska-Omaha is Sean's only offer, but he'll be visiting Kansas (1/17), Nebraska-Omaha (1/24) and Nebraska (1/31) before going any further in the process.

"It's really hard for me to narrow anything down at this point but I really liked my Washington visit a lot and they interest me," Sean said.

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