Arizona shares lead for Apsay

Cade Apsay recently visited Arizona and came away impressed. Read on to see where Arizona stands, when he will decide, and more.

It was a very successful past weekend for Rich Rodriguez as he reeled in a wide receiver and improved his standing with a number of prospects, including Canyon Country (Calif.) Canyon 2014 quarterback Cade Apsay.

"The visit was a lot of fun," Apsay said. "I didn't tour the campus, but I got a lot of work on the field with the coaches. They feel I bring some of the things they're looking for in a quarterback."

One of the biggest draws to Arizona is that Apsay runs a similar offense in high school.

"I run a very similar offense and the coaches commented about how I look pretty natural back there," he said. "It was just a nice visit and you could tell that the coaches are all about football."

Arizona and another Pac-12 school stand out most to Apsay.

"Right now the two schools that stick out the most are Arizona and Colorado," Apsay said. "There are some other schools that I'm thinking about as well, but those are the two main ones.

"They're both on the west coast and they have new coaching staffs that are really trying to put their school on the map."

Apsay plans to be back in the state very soon.

"I'm going to be back in Arizona for the Elite 11 Camp," Apsay said. "I've been looking forward to that because it's going to give me a real chance to compete against some of the best and I will be able to measure my skills then."

At this point, it would not be a surprise if Apsay tries to commit to a school very soon.

"I would like to decide in the next few weeks," Apsay said. "I feel I have a pretty good idea of what the different schools have to offer and on top of that I would like to commit early, so I can completely focus on getting better and helping my team advance in the state tournament."

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