Robert Nkemdiche’s unhappiness with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution seems to have settled down.
The Clemson defensive end commitment from Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga., tweeted this week that Michael Carvell of the AJC was “causing problems” for Nkemdiche’s recruitment. That statement appeared to be very off base when looking at Carvell’s coverage of Nkemdiche’s recruitment.
Nkemdiche appears to agree as he has since deleted the tweet following a conversation with Carvell. Here’s the latest from the AJC:
“When I contacted Nkemdiche, he was specifically upset about the story saying his mother was ‘upset’ at Clemson and ‘it was not a done deal.’ After being informed that the story was reported by ESPN and not the AJC, Nkemdiche deleted the tweet.”
What happens next with Nkemdiche’s recruitment is anyone’s guess. He will surely continue to hear from several schools, including Alabama, Georgia, LSU and Ole Miss, where his brother, Denzel Nkemdiche, is a redshirt freshman.
And speculation on the future of the nation’s top prospect will continue to build.