He can't say the same about his seating arrangements.
"I would rate it a 7, only because where they had me sitting," Weah told Badger Nation with a laugh. "Last week I was right behind the away benches and closer to the field. I had a good time, though. I was talking to some fans and one, who was an alumni, was telling me how she loved it there when she was a student."
The 6-3, 200-pound Weah was making his second trip to Wisconsin in as many weeks, making the short trip with one of his older cousins, and spent time after the game speaking with wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni.
With Weah starting to know the campus and facilities a lot better, there wasn't anything that he thought he was going to see that stood out. He was wrong, especially with how well the Badgers played at points in their victory over UTEP.
"The loyal fans stood out," Weah said. "Coach Bielema starting the freshmen quarterback really surprised me. He had a lot of trust in him to lead the team."
One week after talking with Wisconsin 2013 commit Chikwe Obasih and 2014 in-state defensive tackle Brandon Hines, Weah spent part of the weekend talking to 2014 commit Craig Evans. After Weah's team was shutout by Sun Prairie Friday, the two talked at length about Wisconsin.
After experiencing another visit to Wisconsin, where did the Badgers put themselves in the race for Weah?
"They're still high on my list," he said. "Wisconsin has got the best fans around and this time I didn't jump so high for the Jump Around because it was pretty cold."
Holding offers from Bowling Green, Eastern Illinois, Eastern Michigan, North Dakota and Ohio, Weah is still hopeful for a Wisconsin offer and is also hearing from other BCS schools with Wisconsin ties.
"I'm still hoping on getting that Wisconsin offer, but I talked with Coach Rudolph from Pittsburgh earlier," said Weah. "He said he wants me out there for an official visit next month."