Griffin was the lone official visitor in Tucson, and he said it turned out to be a great time.
"It was a really good trip," said Griffin. "I was the only kid there, just me, and I thought it would be weird when I first got there, but it ended up being really cool."
The trip also gave him plenty of time with the coaches.
"Coach (Jim) Michalczik is mostly recruiting me so I talked a lot with him, but also Coach (Rich) Rodriguez and Coach (Bill) Kirelawich," said Griffin.
Griffin said the time with the coaches was one of the highlights for him.
"Probably the highlight was just getting some more 1-on-1 time with the staff and getting to know them as people and not just as football coaches," said Griffin.
Arizona's new facilities, which opened last summer, also impressed Griffin.
"The facilities are beautiful and probably the best facilities I've seen," said Griffin. "They put in like $85 million for them and they're really nice."
Griffin said he got some clarity on his position too.
"They want me as a defensive end," said Griffin."I got to talk with Coach (Jeff) Casteel too and he's a real cool guy. He's really straight forward, told me that they needed me and how they want to use me and that I'm a perfect fit."
Despite being the only visitor, another Arizona commit was recruiting him all weekend.
"I was texting with Jordan Morgan all weekend and he was telling me I need to go there," said Griffin.
On Monday night, Michalczik and Rodriguez will be at Griffin's for an in-home visit.
He'll visit Starkville next weekend for his final scheduled visit before he decides on Signing Day.
"I'm still deciding on Signing Day," said Griffin. I'm open to everyone. I don't have any favorites or leaders and I'm taking all the time until I make my decision."