Posted on: October 8, 2009 8:47 am
Edited on: October 8, 2009 8:50 am
Daniel Bejarano is on the Arizona campus today and will soon commit to the Wildcats barring a major change of plans. That common theory in recruiting circles is based mostly on Bejarano's affection for Arizona, but somewhat due to a process of elimination considering Arizona State has stopped recruiting the 6-foot-4 guard, leaving the Phoenix-area product with no viable in-state option other than Arizona.
Bejarano, you might remember, decommitted from Texas last week.
The Top 50 recruit immediately expressed a desire to remain close to home.
If Bejarano announces for Arizona -- and he will -- he'll become the second Class of 2010 prospect to commit to first-year coach Sean Miller, whose work in the Class of 2009 after getting hired in April should make UA's rebuilding job quicker than most anticipated. Rod Odom, a 6-8 wing from Massachusetts, committed to Arizona earlier this week. Scout.com ranks Odom as the 22nd-ranked small forward in the Class of 2010.