After much debate and wonder, it looks as if Arizona's 2010 recruiting class has come to an end.
Eloy Vargas' recruitment has been as much of a rollercoaster as we have consistently said it would be and now it seems that Kentucky is back in the fold.
Vargas was supposed to first visit Arizona and that visit was switched with a visit to Seattle. Now, the visit to Seattle was not made by Vargas and a visit to Kentucky is coming up this weekend.
There are likely many reasons for this, but the most obvious one seems to be the fact that schools are cooling on Vargas.
John Calipari certainly does not mind taking risks and it makes too much sense for Vargas to go to any other school but Kentucky right now.
Of course, he could still choose to visit Seattle, but at this point it seems that there is a good chance Arizona will officially drop out of Vargas' recruitment.
There are going to be fans that criticize that move but the fact of the matter is that Arizona would basically be forced to drop out of the recruitment should it choose to do so.
Arizona is not going to recruit players that have such a high level of question marks that it puts other aspects of its program in question.
What this means for Arizona is that it is going to likely move forward with what it has and save the scholarship to 2011, which is definitely not a bad thing.
In fact, it allows Arizona a little more flexibility in the class than simply recruiting Nick Johnson and putting all of its marbles in one place.
Whether or not Arizona will be a good team in 2011 remains to be seen, but if it is, chances are slim that it will be because of Eloy Vargas.
Landing Vargas unlikely
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