Three-star sets visits

Three-star safety Brandon Leslie (6-0, 195, 4.6) from Fresno (Calif.) Edison has delayed his decision making process because he wants to take a couple of official visits before throwing his hat into the ring with any specific school.
"I was going to announce my decision last week, but I changed my mind," Leslie said. "I want to take a couple of visits first.
"I know I'm going to visit Georgia Tech September 15th when they play Boston College in a night game on ESPN," Leslie said. "Two weeks after that I'll be going to Nebraska on September 29th when they play Iowa State.
"Georgia Tech and Nebraska are my top two," Leslie said. "If I go Pac 10, it looks like it will be Washington.
"I like Georgia Tech because they have showed me a lot of love," Leslie said. "Plus they play in the ACC and that conference passes the ball a lot. When Georgia Tech came down and watched me practice they saw I could play anywhere in the secondary.
"With Nebraska, I have family who has played there," Leslie said. "My cousin, Steve Taylor, played quarterback for the Cornhuskers. My other cousin Tony McCray will be a freshman on Nebraska's basketball team.
"Nebraska plays big time football and sells out every home game they are in.
"I like Washington because of J.D. Williams there now," Leslie said. "I've had a good relationship with him since he was Cal.
"Washington also plays in the Pac 10 against USC and UCLA."
"I have also taken both the ACT and SAT and passed," Leslie said. "I'm now fully qualified.
"I scored a 1050 on the SAT and I'm pretty proud of that," Leslie said. "That was the first time I took the SAT.
Stanford, Air Force, Utah and Nevada have also offered Leslie. Nevada could also be in line for a visit.