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Ricky Nelson makes his decision

Sunday, 31 July 2016 10:47 Rick Nelson
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TexasHoops.com - Blue Zertuche

Ricky Nelson of Houston Episcopal is one of the state'stop point guards, and Friday, the 6-foot-3 Texas Elite Basketball travel team standout decided to give his   verbal commitment to Weber State of the Big Sky.

Weber State is recognized for one of the nations best programs to develop players at every position. Point Guard was a top priority for the Wildcats program who are coming off a NCAA Tournament appearance in 2016.

"Weber State made me feel like a priority to their program since the beginning," said the No.23 ranked player in the state, Nelson. "On my visit, I felt like family and I felt comfortable with the community from the jump. My family and coaches thought it would be a perfect fit for me, and I felt the same way. I like the fact their program plays at a high level and brings out the best in their athletes. Also how players leave a better player than when they arrive."

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