Originally written on The Lady Sportswriter  |  Last updated 11/14/14
David Kamara’s de-commitment from Clemson last night has the recruiting world buzzing this morning about where he will land—most are assuming he plans to wait on Robert Nkemdiche to find out. Kamara confirmed his de-commit to 247Sports and Rebels247 Tuesday night. Communicating via Facebook, he told Rebels247, “I’m not naming anybody a leader right now.” Based on previous actions, he really doesn’t have to. Kamara committed to Clemson. Robert Nkemdiche followed. Nkemdiche de-committed from Clemson. Kamara followed. Nkemdiche visited Ole Miss in July. Kamara came with him, though he was hesitant to confirm those reports at the time. Nkemdiche visited Ole Miss last weekend. Kamara came with him. All the conventional wisdom in the world suggests that Ole Miss is the leader for Robert Nkemdiche, the nation’s top-rated recruit. Draw your own conclusion about where David Kamara stands tonight. (David Johnson, “Kamara withdraws pledge from Clemson”, 247sports.com, 11/13/12) Now, say what you want about where Kamara ends up he—like both Nkemdiche and Wayne Gallman (also a friend of Nkemdiche’s—holds an offer from Ole Miss. Given the timeframe and the timing, speculation is bound to run rampant about Kamara’s intentions. But, a betting man would lay heavy odds on Ole Miss becoming the willing benefactor of [...]
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