Found February 07, 2013 on Football Nation:
1.  DE Robert Nkemdiche Nkemdiche stands at 6-5, 265 pounds.  He played high school ball at Grayson High School in Loganville, GA.  He signed with Ole Miss.  Nkemdiche has good speed for a defensive end clocking in with a 4.72 on his 40 yard dash, and he is a powerhouse that will quickly pressure opposing pass games with his quickness and he makes meals out of opposing running backs.  Ole Miss didn’t sign this kid to have him sit; they will do all they can to get him playing in the fall.  If not, he will red shirt and begin tearing it up next season. 2.  DE Carl Lawson Lawson stands at 6’3, 251 lbs.  He played high school ball at Milton High School in Alpharetta, GA.  He signed with Auburn University.  Lawson doesn’t possess the best 40 time for a DE his size, he clocked in at 5.11, but he has a knack for being very disruptive and can excel against the run.  Auburn is loaded on the defensive line so Lawson will likely be red shirted and need to work on improving his speed, but s...
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