"I had a really great time," Montibon told JCFootball.com after returning home. "The coaches and the players all made me feel really welcomed.
"I had three hosts on my trip. The first one was Braylon Jones. We spent the first night hanging out and he showed me around. The second day it was Josh Jones and Kameron Eloph and we just hung out and spent time with some of the other players.
"I just had a great time there and felt really good about my experience there."
In addition to his visit to Houston, Montibon also took an official visit to Cal a week ago and he's got some options to take other visits, but at this point, he doesn't have any plans to take any, but that could change.
"I want to take all five of my visits, but right now, I'm just being patient before I set any up," Montibon noted. "I'm talking to a bunch of schools right now, so I'm not really sure which ones I will set up, but I will do that here pretty soon."
As a freshman last season, Montibon, who was a full-qualifier out of Kamehameha (Honolulu, Hi.) High School, started at right tackle and wound up earning All-Conference honors for his performance, but even though the accolades came, he knows he's still got things to work on.
"Well, I broke my finger about halfway through the season, so I had to deal with that, but I feel like I had a pretty good season overall," Montibon said. "I definitely want to get stronger though and I want to work on my overall technique and things like that."
Montibon will finish up his academics in June and he will have four years to play three starting this fall.