Report: Skyline's Corey Nelson drops Texas AandM, commits to Oklahoma

Wednesday morning update on Corey Nelson's decision -- click here.

Oklahoma lost out on Plano West's Jackson Jeffcoat. But the Sooners apparently convinced another Dallas-area stud to play for them.

Skyline linebacker Corey Nelson swapped his commitment to Oklahoma from Texas A&M on Thursday, reports.

Nelson, a 6-2, 220-pound playmaker who's on HS GameTime's 2009 All-Area first-team defense, led one of the state's top linebacker corps at Skyline with 145 tackles, 12 sacks, four blocked field goals and an interception.

His original list of schools included Texas A&M, Michigan, MInnesota, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, LSU, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech.

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