Isaiah Bolden is an Oregon least for now.

When you see him working out at Wesley Chapel High School he is in his green and yellow cleats withy the Oregon "O" on them.

But when you take a closer look at the four star cornerback's recruiting process, you'll find that things are anything but done.

"It's Oregon and Florida State," said Bolden, who is the 21st best corner in the nation (according to 247 Sports).

Bolden committed to Willie Taggart and Oregon back at the end of April while attending the Ducks' spring game in Eugene.

"I was signing autographs and taking pictures with fans, it was real cool."

But the best part for Bolden was being with one of his favorite coaches - Willie Taggart. The two have been speaking since Bolden was a sophomore and at Bartram Trail over in Jacksonville. The two continued their bond when Bolden moved back to his hometown of Wesley Chapel before the 2016 season.

"When I moved back to Tampa, I was at every single USF game," recalled Bolden. "I was really liking USF and FSU - they were the two schools until Coach Taggart (took the job at Oregon)."

Bolden had been a long-time FSU commit after forging his frienship with Taggart. Then Bolden flipped to the Ducks. But now, its all up in the air even though the strong bond between Taggart and Bolden is keeping the Wildcat as a future Duck.

"It's a tough decision," said Bolden. "I go back and forth and it will be one of those two for college."  

So there you go. It's Oregon and FSU fighting for that final "YES" come Signing Day 2018.