Robert Nkemdiche rookie card selling for close to $100

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The five star DE somehow has his own rookie card, and it can be all yours for the low, low price of $99.99.

College football recruiting has grown rapidly in exposure over the past few years. It's gone from a small cottage industry to almost as big as the actual football being played. Each year, the top prospect in each recruiting class gets more and more attention, and this year is no exception. Five star defensive end Robert Nkemdiche is 2013's top prospect, and the latest strange development in his recruitment is the appearance of a Robert Nkemdiche rookie card, which is currently listed on eBay for $99.99.

The 6-foot-4, 265 pound Loganville, GA native is expected by most to end up at Ole Miss, where his brother Denzel Nkemdiche currently plays. He spent several months in 2012 committed to Clemson, but reopened his recruitment back in early November.

If you want one of these beauties, you may want to hurry. There's only six left, and I'm sure a $100 playing card of a high school football player will do nothing but appreciate in value. Retirement fund, y'all.

h/t AJC's Michael Carvell

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