"My trip was really good," said Heimuli. "My host was Sioeli Nau."
The team and coaches were what stood out to Heimuli.
"The team chemistry is what stood out the most. And the community and the campus did too. And the coaching staff was real chill," said Hemiuli.
Heimuli said the trip left a big impression on him.
"It really did," said Heimuli. "It was more than I expected. I really enjoyed it and happy that I chose to take a trip there."
Heimuli still has four other visits to take, but he's not planning those just yet.
"I don't have any other trips set yet, but I am still working on it," said Heimuli. "I really don't know where they will be. I'll probably know by the end of this week. And I'm not in a rush right now. I'm just focused on my season."
Heimuli has helped Brighton to a 4-1 record as they head into a game with Hillcrest this week.