Here are the top three story lines coming out of the Vegas tournaments.
1. Jahii Carson recruitment: Carson seems to be having a bit of fun with the recruiting process, but that definitely does not mean it is fun for the schools involved.
Carson has recently named UCLA as his leader days after saying it was tied between Arizona and UA.
In reality, Arizona is the likely leader here, but it is worth noting that Carson is not deciding any time soon and will likely take schools and fans on somewhat of a roller coaster ride.
2. Sidiki underrated: Much of the talk about Arizona's 2011 class is not about which players the UA is recruiting, but rather who it already has.
Johnson had a great week in Vegas and it would not be a surprise to see other schools try to switch his commitment.
With that being said, those efforts will not matter and it is obvious that Johnson is going to make an impact sooner than most originally thought.
Priorities: The 2011 class is set in terms of targets, but the UA coaching staff was all over the place recruiting 2012 and 2013.
Arizona has established the players that are priorities, such as Nick Johnson, Carson, and others.
Now, it is working to do the same for the future.
Top Vegas storylines
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