Robert Nkemdiche enjoys Florida visit, claims all schools are even

Bud Elliott (SB Nation)

Robert Nkemdiche had a good time in Gainesville over the weekend, but the visit wasn't enough to give the Gators an edge on Ole Miss and LSU.

Defensive end prospect Robert Nkemdiche visited the Florida Gators over the weekend, and he enjoyed his stay there. Nkemdiche, who was once committed to Clemson, is considered the top prospect in the class of 2013 by several recruiting services.

"It was fun hanging out with the other Florida commitments," Nkemdiche said. "I met a lot of them during practice for the Under Armour All-America Game, and they all told me good players like to play with other good players, which is true. They were just letting me know we could do great things together at Florida and continue that tradition in Gainesville. I think I could make a big impact at Florida and really help this incoming class a lot."

Nkemdiche is also considering Ole Miss -- where his brother plays linebacker -- and LSU, and says that all three schools are even at this point. He is going to take a visit to Ole Miss this weekend, and he is scheduled to visit LSU on Feb. 1, which is less than a week before national signing day.

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