When Arizona State dropped out of the picture, Daniel Bejrano's destination seemed obvious.
On Thursday, the move that many anticipated became a reality, as Bejarano decided to give Arizona his verbal pledge.
The four-star guard arrived on campus on Wednesday for his official visit and the only way that he seemingly would not wind up at Arizona would be if something went terribly wrong.
One day after his arrival, Bejrano has made his decision and becomes the second 2010 commit of the week, along with Rod Odom.
Bejrano is a major get for the Wildcats because Sean Miller and company were able to build a strong relationship in only a short matter of time.
With his shooting ability and deceptive athleticism, it would not be a surprise to see Bejarano contribute right away.
However, whether he does or not is somewhat irrelevant.
Bejarano is a big commit for the Wildcats and one that may signify what is to come for the program.
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