In somewhat of a surprise, Arizona did not waste any time letting Phoenix guard Daniel Bejarano know how much it wants him to be the first commit of 2010.
Arizona head coach Sean Miller was in Beharano's home for three hours on Thursday night and sources say he has made an immediate impact.
Bejarano is scheduled to take an official to Arizona next week and it is expected that the visit will serve as a final push to land him.
The word is still that Arizona State is leading and there is still a chance that everything gets wrapped up when herb Sendek goes to Bejarano's home on Sunday.
However, if Bejarano comes out of the visit uncommitted, Arizona is going to have a very good chance of getting him.
Basically, it is simply a matter of waiting until Sunday, where we will have a much better picture of the recruitment.
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