Just when the recruiting process was heating up this summer for Dallas (Texas) Kimball cornerback Cameron Nelson, the 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect decided he had gone through enough of the process.
Nelson, a three-star rated prospect, made a late August decision for Arizona and since then very little has changed in his mind about his future team. The bigger defensive back prospect is excited about getting to his future Pac-10 home.
"I really like Arizona because of all the schools they never pressured me," Nelson said. "Baylor kind of put the pressure on me to commit and a lot of schools said if I didn't decide soon, then there were other players out there that they would go after."
"Coach (Mark) Stoops said I didn't have to commit now and that I could do it when ever I feel ready. That made me feel real comfortable."
His teammate Robert Williams is still looking at a big recruiting process and Nelson says that Williams has been wanting him to take some trips with him.
"I don't think I am," Nelson said about trips. "I'll call coach Stoops and see if he'll let me go with Robert on a trip to Arkansas or Houston. It's a huge if. I seriously doubt I'll take any visits. I'm pretty solid with my commitment."