"It was tight, it was actually really fun. It was the first time you get all the recruits in the same area at one time," said Leavitt. "You create a bond with the guys you will be playing with. It was nice to be around the guys, I knew some of the players before, but spending more time with current players you learn how great they all are. BYU is a special place."
"We had a sacrament meeting this morning before we came home," said Leavitt. "To you're your coaches serve you the sacrament was pretty incredible."
Leavitt's best friend, fellow BYU recruit Brayden Kearsley was on the trip as well. While news has gotten out that he will commit to BYU, it appears the two are trying to keep some intrigue for his "announcement" this next week.
"Well I am not actually sure, he's not 100% percent, he is doing his announcement," said Leavitt. "I felt like he enjoyed his trip, he felt the feeling that it was a good place."
"The best thing I can do with how close I am with them is just love them and if they need help with anything help them," said Leavitt. "We hung out, spend a weekend with those coaches and you create a relationship. I think Johnny and his mom enjoyed it, they are devout Catholics, but she can feel how the spirit around there is different."
So what was the highlight of the weekend?
"We went snowmobiling, we took turns Friday and Saturday," said Leavitt. "That was the tightest thing I have ever done. Up in mountains on some tracks, it was the coolest thing I have ever done. I was amazed how beautiful it was. Then we were always going out to eat and went to the basketball game. We hung out with the players at night."