This past weekend, Arnheim attended camps at Ohio State and Louisville on Saturday and Sunday respectively, and then drove to Nashville for an unofficial visit with Vanderbilt on Monday.
"It was good," he said of his weekend travels. "I felt that I did real good at both Ohio State and Louisville. Ohio State's was a little different - it was like a combine in the morning and then the one-on-one stuff in the afternoon. I got to meet Coach Tressell and Coach Petrino."
"On Monday I toured Vanderbilt's campus and spent time with their coaches," he continued. "It was nice - they have a real nice campus."
After recording some of the best results with the quarterbacks at the Scout.com All-American combine in Boca Raton last month, Arnheim explained that he continued to do well and recorded similar results while camping at Ohio State.
"My forty was in the top two or three in my group and my shuttle was top five overall." explained Arnheim, who recorded a 4.01 shuttle in Columbus. "I had a 3.91 shuttle at the Scout.com combine in Boca Raton."
While at Louisville, Arnheim had the opportunity to throw to some of the top receivers in the region, receive video instruction and visit with a few members of the Cardinal coaching staff.
"I talked to Coach Brohm and Coach Petrino," he said. "They were telling me about their offense and how they are always one of the top offenses in the country. I liked my time there a lot - I had fun there."
Despite leaving all three without a scholarship offer, Arnheim expects to hear back from the Buckeyes, Cardinals and Commodores about the possibility of receiving one from each of them in the near future.
"Ohio State said that they would get back to me next week, so were Louisville and Vanderbilt," said Arnheim, who will camp at South Carolina and Alabama this weekend. "South Carolina wants to see me and they could offer there and Alabama seems pretty close too. I going to spend Saturday night visiting their coaches and then go their camp the next day."
While earning scholarship offers is his goal, Arnheim added that the chance to learn at the camps has already been worth his efforts.
"I'm learning a lot of stuff from some of the best coaches in the country," he said of his camp experiences. "It's been real good for me."
Arnheim threw for 1,910 yards and 21 touchdowns during his junior season. He added 205 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns and earned All-State, All-Metro and All-County for his performance.