"I verbally committed over there," Nesheim told Dawgman.com Tuesday, literally minutes before he was to play in a basketball game. "I gave Coach Willingham my verbal commitment. He was really happy."
Daniel's parents support his decision to move to the mainland. "They told me that they would support whatever I would
do, and this felt like the right thing to do," he said. Nesheim just returned from an official visit to Seattle Sunday
He has an official visit set up to Colorado this coming weekend, will Nesheim take it? "I don't think so right now, but
I don't know," he said. "I really don't like making a decision and then changing it."
Te'o Nesheim committed over offers from the Buffaloes, Oregon, and Hawaii.
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