He also got his first offer on Sunday, from a different school, as he wrapped up Junior Day at USC.
It made for a memorable experience for Schroeder.
"As I was leaving USC, I got an email from a coach at Idaho notifying me that they were offering me," said Schroeder. "That was my first offer so I was really excited about that."
That came on the heels of visits to the two Los Angeles schools for Schroeder.
"On Saturday, we went over to UCLA and I really liked it," said Schroeder. "I had been there last year but Pauley Pavilion wasn't done yet so we got to see it and it's really nice. I also saw some new things in the weight room and the facilities while I was there. The campus is really nice."
Schroeder said he met with Angus McClure, the Bruins' defensive line coach who recruits Northern California.
"Coach McClure met with us and showed us around," said Schroeder. "All the coaches were on vacation but he came in to meet with us. We also saw Marcus Rios (a former teammate at Cosumnes Oaks) and got to talk with him for a while. Coach McClure said he'll be back to see us in the spring."
Sunday, Schroeder was at USC's Junior Day.
"We got to meet their new offensive line coach, Mike Summers, and he reminds me a lot of my offensive line coach at Cosumnes Oaks," said Schroeder. "We got to meet real quickly with Coach (Lane) Kiffin too and he said they liked me and were impressed with me and invited me to come to their camp this summer."
Schroeder also got to see the facilities and the campus at USC at length.
"It's a great campus and we got to see the new football facility and the weight room and its really nice there," said Schroeder.
With his first offer in, Schroeder said he's eager for more.
"It was a huge relief to get that offer," said Schroeder. "I think more could be coming. I'll be also going to Cal soon for their Junior Day."