What now?

After waiting quite a while, Arizona's recruiting class looks as if it is starting to come together.

After waiting quite a while, Arizona's recruiting class looks as if it is starting to come together.

This week, Phoenix North guard Daniel Bejarano and Massachusetts Middlesex School forward Rod Odom are expected to make their decision.

There was a major development in Bejarano's recruitment on Monday, as Arizona State decided to no longer pursue him.

While there is much speculation as to why this is the case, the reason truly does not matter. Arizona is recruiting him as hard as ever and Bejarano will still go forward with an official visit from Wednesday to Friday.

It is no secret that those around Bejarano want him to stay close to home and with ASU dropping out, Arizona is obviously the logical choice.

Assuming that all goes well on the official visit, it seems inevitable that Bejarano will wind up a Wildcat.

Of course, he is not the only player that may be saying the same thing this week.

Many expected Odom to decide on Monday, but he decided to take some more time instead.

As of now, it seems that he will be deciding between Arizona and, in somewhat of a surprise, Vanderbilt. Up until this point, West Virginia was considered to be Arizona's biggest competition by far.

While Odom not making a decision right away may make some people nervous, the general consensus is that the Wildcats are still the ones to beat.

Odom enjoyed his official visit to Arizona and already has plenty of familiarity with the coaching staff.

While anything can change in recruiting, it seems that Arizona is going to be able to know much more about its 2010 class by the time the week is over.

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