Found November 08, 2012 on Throw The Flag:
The nation’s number one recruit Robert Dkemniche has decommited from Clemson University and Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers. The number one defensive end and his mother have been inferring that he may be checking out other schools for awhile now. Nkemdiche turned down the Alabama Crimson Tide because he wanted his high school teammates to get scholarships with him as a package deal. This move was talked about for awhile by sportswriters as being controversial. Clemson’s Head Coach Dabo Swinney was willing to accommodate this request in exchange for Robert Nkemdiche. This move turns out not have been the best for Clemson. It appears that Nkemdiche is interested in playing for Hugh Freeze and the Ole Miss Rebels. Time will tell in this recruiting saga. Nothing is over until the letter of intent is signed.
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