Quarterback opens up recruitment

Nathan Sudfeld has met with new Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and the pro-style quarterback from Modesto (Calif.) Christian will still consider the Wildcats but he has decided to de-commit.
Sudfeld wants to look at all his options and a few more are coming in.
"I did this morning," Sudfeld said about de-committing. "I am still going to talk with them and be recruited by them but at this time I felt like I could not go there early and I needed to open myself up."

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Sudfeld is a 6-foot-5, 215-pound prospect who threw for 2,390 yards with 29 touchdowns and nine interceptions and said UCLA has started to get involved. The three-star prospect is planning to take an official visit there on Jan. 20.
Rated as the No. 83 prospect in the California state rankings by Rivals.com, Sudfeld was all set for Arizona but after coach Mike Stoops was fired the three-star begun considering other options.
USC, Arkansas and Iowa were three other programs involved with Sudfeld, who said after his visit to Arizona that he took a step forward with Rodriguez and felt that he could fit in the new offense.
But after considering things a little further, the Modesto Christian quarterback has decided to take a step back and review all his options again.
Sudfeld's visit to UCLA could be important in his recruitment and the three-star said he's open to hearing from other programs as well.