"I was at Arizona this past weekend and it was fun," Ketteringham said. "The coaches were obviously focused on football, but you also saw a different side of them and it was cool to see. Their offense looks fun and it's something that I think I fit in well with."
The UA campus also caught Ketteringham's attention.
"It's beautiful," he said. "The field was great, facilities are nice and it just seemed like a laid back fun place."
With the Arizona visit out of the way, Ketteringham is looking at a possible trip to Washington State in March.
"They've sent me a ton of stuff," Ketteringham said. "I haven't been in touch with Coach Leach, but they want me to make it up there and I'm hopeful that I can next month."
With attention from a variety of offenses, Ketteringham believes his skills would fit in well with either offense.
"I'm kind of a dual-threat quarterback, but I prefer to throw and get my receivers involved," he said. "When all that breaks down I have the ability to get out and make plays, so while it's not something I'm focused on, it is something that the defense has to be aware of."
As of now, Ketteringham would like to get the process over with relatively early.
"I still need the offers and all that, but both schools got on me early and, honestly, I would like to make a decision as soon as possible so I can focus on going out my senior season with a bang," he said. "I'm not going to wait just to wait."