Moroni visited New Mexico over the weekend and he said it really opened his eyes.
"I got an offer from them and getting to meet with coach (Bob) Davie was really great because he's so well-respected and he's been building something really positive there," Iniguez told JCFootball.com. "Everyone there, from the coaches to the players to the administrative people, have bought into what coach Davie is doing there.
"He's really building a culture of winning there and he said it several times that winning, both on the field and in the classroom, is the only acceptable result when it's all said and done.
"I really liked my time there and what that program has to offer."
In addition to his offer from the Lobos, Iniguez has offers from the likes of Adams State, Eastern Illinois, Incarnate Word, Liberty, Louisiana-Monroe, Miss. Valley State, Murray State, Nebraska-Kearney, North Alabama, Southeast Missouri State, Tennessee-Martin, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Valdosta State, California (PA), Fairmont State, Florida Tech, Hampton and West Liberty State among others and there are a couple of other schools that he's waiting on before he makes a decision.
"I've already taken three official visits and I'd like to take my other two visits, but I am waiting on a couple of schools, schools that I've sent my transcripts to, to decide if they want to bring me in on a visit," Iniguez noted. "The main ones are Temple, I've been talking to them for a while and I think I could be setting up one there pretty soon, but I have also been talking with Memphis, Georgia State and Central Michigan so that's why I'm not quite ready to make my decision."
After he finished high school, Iniguez embarked on a two-plus year LDS mission, so when he returned, Snow was the school he decided to enroll at in order to get some attention.
"I liked the staff here and it was still pretty close to home," Iniguez recalled. "I redshirted my first season (2012) and then left for my mission and when I came back, I enrolled here at Snow and played here this past season, so I will have three years to play three starting this fall."
Iniguez hopes to make his decision within the next few weeks and he will enroll at whichever school he chooses in the summer.