Thank you for comment.No, that’s not true,” he said. “You know how they do with rumors and everything on the Internet.”
Robert Nkemdiche is still committed to Clemson.
But the star defensive end from Grayson High School in Loganville, Ga., doesn’t know where he’ll go to school.
RebelGrove.com reported Wednesday night that Nkemdiche had decommitted from Clemson. Nkemdiche said he was still committed to Clemson when reach by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution but admitted his recruitment is far from over.
“Nothing final yet,” he told the AJC via text message.
Nkemdiche plans to visit Ole Miss this weekend to watch his brother, Rebels freshman linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche, play Vanderbilt. Ole Miss has continued to make a strong push for Robert Nkemdiche, who denied rumors that he plans to change his commitment this weekend.
“No, that’s not true,” he said. “You know how they do with rumors and everything on the Internet.”
Nkemdiche’s mother, Beverly Nkemdiche, has made it clear to several Internet sites she wants her sons to play together at Ole Miss.
“I don’t want a case where they have games in two different states, and I will be running around like a rooster, or not go to one (game),” she told the AJC last week. “Every parent would really want that. It’s my wish for it to happen, but I’m not going to put pressure on anybody. If it happens, great. If it doesn’t, OK. But I would really love for them to play together, as well as have the power of two – where two people come together and play as one.”
Meanwhile, it’s appearing less likely Robert Nkemdiche will play football at Clemson.