Nathan Sudfeld flew under the radar throughout his recruitment so when he committed to Arizona on Sunday it was no surprise that the news didn't break immediately.
Word started to leak out a couple days later and the Modesto (Calif.) Modesto Christian pro-style quarterback confirmed Tuesday that he was set on the Wildcats.
"They offered me back in early spring and they were always my No. 1 school because they showed the most interest," Sudfeld said.
"I went down to the camp and interacted with the coaches and it was such a great family atmosphere and it felt right so I committed.
"Arizona offered me before camp. I just came down pretty much to see the place. They really believed in me and that's what was important to me."
New Mexico State had also offered Sudfeld, a 6-foot-5, 215-pound prospect who said he was receiving interest from Tulsa, UCLA, Stanford, Oregon State, Nevada, Kansas State, Baylor, Harvard and others. Arizona has another quarterback commit in San Antonio (Texas) Clark's Josh Kern.
There was a good chance Sudfeld, who didn't have his junior season statistics available, was going to attend other camps but after seeing Arizona, meeting with the coaches and being around for its camp this past weekend the Northern California prospect said it probably won't be necessary.
Sudfeld is set on Arizona and said he probably is done for the summer. The Wildcats have everything he's looking for so he said there's no reason to look around at other schools.
"I think I'm done right now," Sudfeld said. "I came down to Arizona, saw everything I needed to see and just fell in love with the place, fell in love with the people and the program and it's just a great place.
"I couldn't be happier with my decision."