David Kamara, a three-star recruit out of Loganville (Ga.) Grayson High School, is no longer committed to the Clemson Tigers. This, per Hal McGranahan of the Scout network:
Kamara originally committed to Clemson on June 13, around the time his teammate Robert Nkemdiche, the top-ranked player in the country, did so. Nkemdiche has since decommitted and most believe he will head to Ole Miss.
Over the summer, there was much chatter about Nkemdiche securing Clemson offers for several of his Grayson teammates. Kamara was one of the players named, though some believe that Clemson would have likely offered him had he not been a teammate of Nkemdiche. Kamara visited Ole Miss over the weekend with Nkemdiche:
"I'm looking for best team for me and the best place for me," Kamara said. "Ole Miss is up there. ...They want me a lot. They need some help in the secondary. They want me to come in and contribute as soon as I step on campus. They said I could really help in the secondary."
As of Tuesday night, one Nkemdiche teammate, running back Wayne Gallman, is still committed to Clemson.
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