Hayden Rettig still hasn't begun his junior season but the Los Angeles Cathedral continues to pick up offers with Arizona being the latest and Arizona State coming in recently as well.
Rettig, who started since his freshman season and has starred at numerous camps including the Los Angeles NIKE Camp and many others, is currently in Arizona visiting both in-state schools and the Wildcats have definitely impressed him so far.
The 2013 prospect is throwing at Arizona State on Monday.
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"I've been hearing from (Arizona) since the season and their quarterbacks coach is a cool guy," Rettig said. "I went to go see them play against Oregon State and Nick Foles is a cool quarterback and I've talked to them a lot.
"It was actually really sweet. The student section was going crazy and the whole environment was great. People love Arizona football and they were showing me the new complex there were doing which would be ready when I come in. The new facilities and the new stuff they showed me was pretty awesome."
Rettig isn't as familiar with the Sun Devils but that will probably change Monday when he visits the campus and meets the coaching staff. He's especially excited to talk with coach Dennis Erickson during the visit.
The only time Rettig has seen Erickson coach in person was when he was at Oregon State and the Beavers defeated Notre Dame in the Insight Bowl in 2004.
"I haven't checked out ASU before but I know Dennis Erickson is a really good coach," Rettig said.
"The only time I've ever seen Dennis Erickson coach was when he was at Oregon State and I went to see the bowl game when they played Notre Dame and they won. That means something. (Monday) I'm going to meet him and throw a little."
Vanderbilt and Boston College have also offered Rettig, whose brother, Chase, plays for the Eagles. Rettig said Oklahoma, Oregon and USC are also showing more interest and that he'd like to hear from SEC schools.