"My guy feeling was that Nevada was the best school for me," Bjornstad said.
"I just thought Nevada has a really good basketball program and I loved the coaches there," he said. "They are a good group of guys and they do a really good job of developing their big guys. When they are playing they get the ball inside, which is really important."
Bjornstad took a visit to the Reno (Nev.) campus the first weekend of September, and he left with a great impression of the Wolf Pack basketball program.
"I hung out with the players and we all got along really well and I saw the basketball facilities," Bjornstad said. "They were all really nice. I just had a really good feeling about it."
Nevada assistant Kwanza Johnson was the point man on Bjornstad, and according to the promising prospect the two built a strong relationship. He also spoke highly of Coach Fox.
"[Coach Johnson] came up here two days ago and he hung out with me and my family and I get along really well with him and I really like him," Bjornstad said.
"I think he's a really good guy," he said of coach Fox. "I feel really comfortable around him and that's a really good thing because when you are at college you're going to be around your coach and he's the most important guy."
Bjornstad is rated as a three-star prospect on Scout.com.