Nathan Sudfeld has talked with new Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez and the conversation went well but the pro-style quarterback from Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian is also hearing from some new schools and will listen to those coaches as well.
"I talked to coach Rodriguez on Sunday night and had a good conversation with him," Sudfeld said. "I also visited with Arkansas and USC (Tuesday) at school."
The 6-foot-5, 215-pound three-star quarterback threw for 2,390 yards with 29 touchdowns and nine interceptions this season.
He's been committed to Arizona since early June but voiced concerns over the hiring of Rodriguez since he has mainly run spread offenses. Sudfeld is much more comfortable as a pocket passer.
The increased attention from USC and Arkansas interests Sudfeld, who also has an offer from New Mexico State, and the three-star said he's open to hearing from any other schools that want to get involved.
"I really like USC and the program they have there," Sudfeld said. "I like their quarterbacks coach, Clay Helton, a lot too.
"Arkansas is really cool and I really like them. I think the SEC is just a different type of football and I would like to visit sometime. It is really intriguing. I am entertaining taking a hard look at every school that shows me a lot of interest."
Sudfeld was expected to visit USC for its 50-0 victory over UCLA last weekend. Fresno State, Nevada, Stanford and some other teams have also been in contact.
The Modesto Christian standout said he doesn't plan to de-commit from Arizona but is open to hearing from some other schools and is excited about the possibilities at both USC and Arkansas now.