"The Boise State visit was really great, I enjoyed it," said Correa. "It was awesome."
"I would say the real things that caught me were that they do things much different than other schools," said Correa. "Even the pregame stuff, it's different. Coming from Hawaii, the football down here is nothing like the mainland. It was a total different feel, but a good different."
As much as Correa liked his visit, he isn't looking forward to an upcoming decision between the Broncos and Utah.
"I actually puts me in a bad spot, because I really like both of the schools," said Correa. "I am talking with my family about it and whatnot. I am trying to boil it down to what will help me in the long run."
Correa talked about what he likes most about each of his final two schools.
"Boise State… It is just a really good football team. They know how to win games," said Correa. "It is a really good school and football atmosphere, a great place to play football."
"Utah… I would have to say that they are in the Pac-12," said Correa. "That they are building and a family based school. Everyone is really tight and the players are really close with the coaches."