"I just came back on Sunday," said Correa. "The whole experience was great. It was my first actual college game, besides a Hawaii game. It was a great experience and I loved everything about it. I have no bad things to say about the staff or the school."
The visit was the first of two that the 6'3" 240lbs prospect has lined up.
"I am going to visit Boise State in one week," said Correa.
While he wouldn't say he has eliminated other programs, he appears to be heavily favoring Boise State and Utah.
"I would say it is kind of down to those two," said Correa. "I might take a trip to Oregon State."
"Those schools stood out because it seems like they really wanted me," said Correa. "They would call a lot and I would talk with them a lot. They have a good vibe. I feel something with the coaches and they want me."
Correa listed the criteria he uses to evaluate the schools while on official visits.
"I would have to say the coaches and my playing time," said Correa. "I would look at the depth chart. I try and factor in everything."
So could he see himself making a decision after the upcoming trip to Boise State?
"You know, that is a tough question," said Correa.