"Everything is going well right now," Cloy said. "Regardless of stats, I'm having a great time. Like in an earlier game, I caught one pass for about 60 yards and also caught another one for about 10 yards.
"I wasn't able to get out in the passing game as much as I wanted because I had to stay in and block. That was fine because blocking is an aspect that I'm really working on getting better at."
Although he is focused on finishing his high school career on a high note, Cloy is also keeping a close eye on his future team's play.
"I love how Arizona plays and I plan on getting down there in the next couple weeks," Cloy said. "I also plan on going to the USC game. The coaching staff has been in steady contact with me and they've talked to me a lot about how much they like my versatility."
One major aspect of Arizona's pitch to Cloy is that it will use him in numerous ways.
"I'm going there as a tight end, but they plan on moving me around a lot," he said. "I'm sure I will be playing some H-back and maybe some other positions.
"I can tell the coaches have studied my game; it's great to get all the feedback I'm getting from them."
Despite the kinship Cloy maintains with the Arizona coaching staff, other schools are still trying to woo him.
"Yeah, I'm still hearing from schools seeing if I'm solid to Arizona," Cloy said. "I have gotten a lot less of those calls lately, though.
"I've known for a long time I wanted to be a Wildcat, and I think most schools know they are wasting their time recruiting me."