That is why it is no surprise that the Arizona coaches are letting him know how much they think of his skills.
"The coaches did everything possible to make it an enjoyable visit for me this past weekend," Wood said. "I got to see the new facilities and talk with the coaches.
"They basically just wanted to know where they stand in my recruitment and I told them they're on the list."
Wood will continue to take visits and look at all of his options.
"My next visits will probably be to Oregon and Washington," he said. "I'm happy I'm taking some of these visits close to each other, because it really will allow me to compare the advantages and disadvantages of each school."
Arizona will soon have a pretty good idea where it stands, as Wood plans on narrowing his list soon.
"I've got a ton of schools recruiting me and I've got to narrow it down so I can really focus on my favorites," Wood said. "I don't want to tell schools they have a chance if they really don't and I also want to get an idea of what schools are the best fits for me."
Team chemistry and camaraderie will play a huge factor in Wood's decision.
"The main thing I'm looking for is a place where I can enjoy myself for four years," Wood said. "These are going to be some of the best years of my life and I want to leave school with some lifelong friendships and connections with players and the coaches.
"If I get that stuff figured out I think the rest will fall into place, because I believe in my ability to make an impact on the field."