Logan Stott committed to Arizona in May of his sophomore year and while he is staying committed to the Wildcats the 2013 offensive guard from St. George (Utah) Pine View isn't as certain about his future with the coaching situation unresolved.
"It's a lot to think about because the whole staff could change," Stott said.
"I'm kind of rattled by that. I'm just waiting. It's too early to tell."
What makes things even more complicated between Stott, a 6-foot-3, 300-pound prospect, and Arizona is that many big-time programs have started to recruit him over the last few months.
Alabama, Maryland, Iowa, USC, Nebraska, Georgia, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Indiana, Washington State and Utah State have been added to his list which makes his recruitment even more interesting heading into this off-season. Stott could be looking at many more options heading into his senior year.
Stott has not taken any unofficial visits this season since he's been so busy with his own schedule but it will be crucial over the next few months to see how Arizona handles its coaching situation.
Coach Mike Stoops was fired after a 1-5 start and even though Arizona had always been a favorite for Stott, the big 2013 prospect said he's not too sure where things are headed.
First, he wants to see how Arizona handles its coaching search and then he'll make any future decisions from there.
"I really don't know at this point," Stott said.
"It all depends on how they go for the next two years, how they turn around this program, if they do. I'm just waiting it out."
Arizona made sense for Stott when he committed in May. His father went to school there, his grandfather had taught there and his sister has been attending classes in Tucson.