"I just de-committed from Georgia and I'm leaning to Oregon State right now," Nelson said. "I could make a commitment pretty soon but I'm just waiting on the right time. I still have one more visit set up, I'm scheduled to visit Houston (Dec. 14) but I don't know if I'll be taking it, I feel pretty set with what I want to do at this point."
Nelson said Oregon State has everything he's looking for in a school and is a great overall fit.
"I'm real close with the DB coach Rod Perry," Nelson said. "The coaches have been real honest with me from day one and I really feel like I can trust them. Coach Perry is a former NFL coach and he knows what it takes to get to that next level and that's my dream.
"I also like Coach Riley a lot and just felt a real sense of family on campus. I like the team a lot and their style of play. They have a nice program and Corvallis is a cool college town. The comfort level I felt there combined with my relationship with the coaches really put them on top for me. I'm not ready to commit just yet, I want to wait until I'm 100% good but I'm real close and I've pretty much decided in my head that it's Oregon State for me."