"It's going o.k. A couple of schools have been sending information," said Nisby. "I thought it would go a little faster, but I guess I'll just have to keep working hard."
"Notre Dame is who I hear from a lot. Cal and UCLA have sent me a couple of letters. To be honest, I'm open to anything. Leaving the state is no problem. If there was one school I'd like to hear from, it would be Texas A&M. I grew up a Texas A&M fan and would like to hear more from them," said Nisby, who has family in Texas.
Nisby did say, though, that his family wants him to stay close to home, helping Cal and UCLA's chances.
"If either of those schools offered me an opportunity to play there, I'd have to look seriously at it," Nisby said.
During his junior season, Nisby dominated from his guard position and ended up being named a first team all-state underclass selection as well as an all-league choice.
He attended the U.S. Army All-American Combine, where he was one of the standouts amongst the lineman.
"That was a lot of fun. I held my own against some good defensive lineman. It was a good experience, and a challenge," said Nisby.
Nisby said he would likely take all five official visits before deciding on a school. He also acknowledged he has some work to do academically.
"My GPA is getting better now that I realize how important my grades are. I'll be fine. I'm working hard in the classroom. I'll take the SAT on May 6th too," said Nisby.