Robert Nkemdiche May Visit Oregon, USC

Robert Nkemdiche is considering official visits to Oregon and USC, according to Rivals' Adam Gorney. Nkemdiche is committed to Clemson, along with a few of his friends, but apparently hasn't ruled out taking a few trips this fall. However, it's probably not time for Clemson fans to panic just yet.

Consider for a moment that Nkemdiche is a highly touted recruit that has his pick of schools. He's a huge talent, sought after by any and everyone in college football. And with five official visits to burn, Nkemdiche has some time to play around.

Now look at the schools. If one were to pick out "fun" official visits, USC and Oregon would be near the top of the list. Nkemdiche, should he decide to take both trips, would get to travel across the country and hang out at two of the premier programs in college football. At Oregon, he'd be spoiled for a weekend. At USC, he'd be able to hang out in Southern California for a few days, relaxing in the sun.

Would you decide to just skip those visits, even if committed somewhere else and even if the schools were begging you to come? No. No you would not.

One has to admire Nkemdiche's hustle. He got a few of his friends scholarships and can now take in a few of the legal benefits of recruiting. Official visits are a time to be wined and dined; it'd be hard to blame him for happily accepting the offers.

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