First it was UTEP, then Dallas (Texas) Carter offensive guard Demarcus Love decided it was time for his Pac-10 trip to take place so the 6-foot-5, 260-pound player made his way to Arizona this past weekend.
Love, who had Arizona as a favorite before the trip, took in his top school's surroundings these weekend and overall things went about as well as the coaching staff hoped. In fact, Love gave them some sort of a decision.
"Well, I'm a soft verbal to Arizona right now, but I don't want to not look around just a little more," Love said. "They said they needed some impact guys and even though I know I would redshirt, I have a lot of opportunity."
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"I think I'll end up there in the end. If today was Signing Day, I'd be getting ready to head out there."
Arkansas has now gotten into the mix with an offer, so the two-star rated prospect wants to make a visit out there along with the previously set up journey to Kansas on Jan. 6.
"I think Arkansas will be on Jan. 20," Love said. "They offered and after the recruiting coordinator saw my film, they call like every week."
In the end, it's going to be hard for anyone to top the Wildcats visit.
"I don't think anyone can beat Arizona," Love said. "I don't like cold weather either, so I'll probably be heading there. I just want to see all of my options to have something to compare it to."