Just hours after his prep career came to an end, Moorpark (Calif.) quarterback Adam Barry embarked on his first official visit, taking a trip to Wyoming.
"It was a great trip, Wyoming was awesome," said Barry. "I really liked the coaches and I met a lot of the players."
Barry was hosted by junior quarterback Ian Hetrick.
"I met a couple of the guys from California and some of the other recruits who were there," said Barry.
The primary recruiter for Barry has been recruiting coordinator Ron Wisniewski and Barry spent time talking with him, offensive coordinator Bill Cockhill and head coach Joe Glenn.
"The coaches didn't put any pressure on me to commit, they just explained the quarterback situation to me. If I come in and perform, I have a chance to get some time," said Barry.
Barry said the facilities and the campus both stood out to him.
"The campus was cool, the town really supports the football program. The facilities are new and are improving," said Barry.
Barry holds two other offers, from Idaho State and Montana, and is receiving serious interest from Nevada. But the Cowboys are standing out.
"I'm going to take some time and think about it and talk with my parents," said Barry. "I'm not ready to commit yet, but I think I could decide in the next two weeks."
On Friday night, Moorpark's season, which had seen them advance to the CIF-SS Divisional Finals the past two seasons, ended in the first round.