A versatile defender who can play corner, safety and both inside and outside linebacker, the 6-foot, 208-pounder was on campus from 10 a.m., to 4 p.m., on Saturday.
"We saw a lot of stuff. I like their program," said the 2018 prospect. "They take care of their student-athletes. It's a pretty good campus, and a good staff over there."
Fresno State is looking at Bailey -- who racked up 62 tackles, five pass breakups, 5.0 sacks, three quarterback hurries, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries as a junior -- as a linebacker.
"I could play anywhere on the field. I could play corner, linebacker, safety," Bailey said. "I talked to coach Bert Watts, the linebacker coach, and I talked to Brian Clay, the player development guy, and I like their defensive scheme. They're looking nice over there."
Bailey doesn't have an offer from the Bulldogs yet, but the staff told him they just want to see more game film.
"I think they're just waiting for me to play this year, so they can see me in a game," Bailey said. "They want to see just a little bit more. They're interested, but they just want to see more."
Bailey said that Washington is a childhood favorite, and he'd like to take a visit up to Seattle, as well."