So pretty recently I fell in love with a school while attending its camp. I also performed well at that camp - well enough that at the end of camp, the head coach of that school came up to me and told me he wanted me and was definitely recruiting me and would go through the whole process for the likely letter once he received my word that I wanted to go there. He told me that he would give me time for this decision to look at other programs but that he was confident in what he had to offer me with his program. I told him in return it was my top choice, and that I still wanted to see a few other schools but that it was hard for me to imagine myself anywhere else.
A week and change later, after a few visits to other schools, my mind and heart remain the same on the matter. I still have one more visit to make with a coach, but after that, unless something about this final school really blows me away, I'll be done with my visits and still have the same answer. So after this visit is it pretty much okay for me to pull the trigger and commit to this school (an Ivy)? The coach told me that academically I'm pretty much a sure bet (my AI is ~238) and my parents are financially committed to paying for my education. On top of that, I almost worry, even though it could be a bit of an irrational fear, that if I hold out too long they might start looking in another direction. Plus, I want some closure on the matter! In the meantime, if I wait until the fall I have some OVs to go through and perhaps get a fuller perspective on each of my final choices...but I personally feel like I know enough about every school I'm considering to not need another look at each one. So, anything that should cause hesitation at this point? Or does it sound like I'm ready? And if I'm ready to do so, how soon after this last visit should I wait to make the decision (and start calling coaches and letting them know that I've committed)?