"Coming here was a great experience," said Elston. "Ole Miss is a very interesting school and I really like the new coaches.
"I did not commit because I have to talk things over with my parents and I have another visit lined up. I like to give everything 48 hours to soak in before making big decisions and my parents will be a big part of my choice."
Elston said the close proximity to his home will be a factor and Ole Miss is closer than Oklahoma State, who he will visit next weekend, and LSU, who he "may" visit after that.
The Ole Miss coaches talked to Trae about playing wide receiver, free safety and corner.
"They said they would evaluate what is best for the team after I get here, but they felt I could play all three," Elston said. "I prefer safety, but I will play anywhere the team needs me."
Elston, who was a AAAAAA All-State selection, is a three-star prospect according to Scout.com.
His senior season at Oxford, Elston caught 15 touchdown passes and had over 1,000 yards receiving. On defense, at safety, he had eight interceptions and 106 tackles.
The 6-0, 170-pounder is thought to be a high priority for the Rebels in their 2012 recruiting class.