The news comes one day after Nkemdiche’s teammate and friend at Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga., cornerback David Kamara, committed to the Tigers. Grayson running back Wayne Gallman is also committed to Clemson.
Nkemdiche is widely considered to be the nation’s top prospect for the class of 2013. He has also considered schools such as Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Ole Miss, where his brother, Denzel Nkemdiche, is a redshirt freshman linebacker. Alabama was once thought to be the favorite to land Robert Nkemdiche.
Nkemdiche still has plenty of time to change his mind. Despite his commitment, you can expect plenty of schools to keep recruiting Nkemdiche until he has officially signed with a school.
Gallman posted a photo on Twitter of the Grayson trio wearing Clemson gear:
— Wayne Gallman (@Wanye_Kanye) June 14, 2012