Could Robert Nkemdiche commit to Ole Miss on visit this weekend?

Bud Elliott (SB Nation)

Robert Nkemdiche will be back in Oxford this weekend to visit Ole Miss. This could mark the end of his recruiting saga.

Top 2013 recruit Robert Nkemdiche is taking an official visit to Ole Miss this weekend -- it will be the third time he's been on campus in Oxford since last November -- and there are rumors that he might end his recruitment and commit to the Rebels during the trip. Nkemdiche is thought by many to already be privately committed to Ole Miss.

Nkemdiche originally committed to Clemson, but he decommitted on Nov. 8 of last year. Since then, much of the talk surrounding his recruitment has focused on Ole Miss, since his brother Denzel is a linebacker for the Rebels. At one point Denzel told reporters that Robert would make his college choice in December, but that did not happen.

Now we're less than two weeks from signing day, and Robert Nkemdiche will soon have to come to a final decision. Following his visit to Ole Miss this weekend, he is scheduled to visit LSU the next, according to Rivals. But if he decides that Ole Miss is his college destination in the next few days, that visit with the Tigers may be moot.

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